veterinary physiotherapy

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As you may already know we are out on a mission in Cuba at the moment! We are away from Monday 18th February until Tuesday 5th March 2019.

We wish to inform you that the internet and Wifi is restricted by the government in Cuba, so Gorgia will only be able to access her emails for 1 hour per day and this time may vary from day to day.

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Thanks again for your understanding.

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Lisi Vet Physio provide a mobile animal physiotherapy service throughout Oxfordshire to the veterinary profession and their clients offering routine check ups and condition specific treatments.  We offer veterinary physiotherapy treatments for many animals including horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, farming livestock and exotic species. 

Gorgia Lisi, Equine Veterinary Physiotherapist, Oxfordshire

Physiotherapy is widely recognised within the veterinary field as having a vital role to play in improving an animal's performance and aiding their recovery, as well as helping to maintain and improve mobility, function and independence and can be a useful addition to traditional veterinary treatments and medicines.  Physiotherapy can also be used as a preventative measure in helping to avoid future injuries by maintaining the health of the musculoskeletal system. 

Lisi Vet Physio offer assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions including movement observational analysis combined with musculoskeletal anatomical knowledge to identify any potential problems.  Our veterinary physiotherapy treatments can benefit companion pets through to working and competitive animals, breeding and showing livestock.  We aim to work closely with yourself and your vet to carry out your animal's rehabilitation, restore full function or just to improve their quality of life enabling them to feel their best.  Using manual and electrotherapy physiotherapy techniques we can help to reduce pain, mobilise joints and tissues, increase flexibility and muscle strength and enhance the rate of healing following injury, surgery or other condition.  Every veterinary physiotherapy treatment plan is tailored to suit the individual animal's needs.

The Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal PhysiotherapistsRegister of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners

Lisi Vet Physio is owned by Gorgia Lisi who is a fully qualified, registered, insured veterinary physiotherapist and recognised by vets across Oxfordshire.  She is a specialist in equine and canine rehabilitation and maintenance care.

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