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**** IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELATING TO COVID 19 ****

Update January 2021

Due to the outbreak of Covid 19, appointments are available, however, work has not returned to normal. Government guidelines must be adhered to.

Following the NAVP guidelines is crucial in this time:

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Updated COVID-19 Information

During the COVID-19 outbreak, NAVP members have continued to support animal welfare in the safest ways possible whilst remaining mindful of the pandemic. Detailed guidance has been issued to all members regarding the need to risk assess every appointment and ensure 'COVID-safe' working practices involving heightened biosecurity, PPE, and social distancing measures. 

NAVP members recognise and support that public health is paramount and throughout they have followed guidance as to which cases are appropriate to be attending according to the fluctuating local and national measures in place at any point in time. 

During this second national lockdown, veterinary physiotherapy case interventions based on animal welfare may continue providing that the results of a risk assessment are also satisfactory to ensure the safety of the client, the animal, and the practitioner. ''

Equine Clients: 

 

I am still able to treat if the health and or welfare of the horse would be affected if treatment was delayed. 

 Risk assessments for each individual case will be carried out. The correct PPE will be worn and changed between appointments. Along with ensuring social distancing rules.

Canine Clients:

I am still able to treat if the health and or welfare of the horse would be affected if treatment was delayed. 

Risk assessments for each individual case will be carried out. The correct PPE will be worn and changed between appointments. Along with ensuring social distancing rules. 

If you have any questions or concerns don't hesitate to contact me. 

 Hairytail Veterinary Physiotherapy

 

provides individual and tailored veterinary  physiotherapy treatments to both canine and equine patients, that can help to rehabilitate, maintain and/or improve your pets quality of life. This incorporates the use of manual therapies, electrotherapy along with remedial exercise programs, taking into account the animals individual needs within the North West area.