About Me

Rhian Williams PG Dip Vet Physio EEBW MNAVP
RAMP Registered

A fully insured and RAMP registered Veterinary Physiotherapist, providing extensive musculoskeletal assessments to formulate bespoke treatment sessions and rehabilitation plans. Using a holistic, evidence-based approach, integrated with first-hand clinical experience to provide a high quality and professional, yet personal service. Working closely alongside your vet and other paraprofessionals, including trainers, farriers and saddle fitters, to ensure the optimal care for your animal.

In 2015, I completed my undergraduate degree in Equine Sports Therapy and qualified as an Equinology Equine Body worker. At this point, I set up my business and started treating horses across Essex and in surrounding counties. I then went on to complete a Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2017 and expanded my business to include small animal species. I have also completed a wide variety of other courses, as part of my continual professional development, including areas such as kinesiotaping, mobilisation, postural release and muscle energy techniques. Between 2017 and 2021, I also lectured at Writtle University College on both the undergraduate and postgraduate courses. I was mainly involved in the clinical years of the course, where students refine their knowledge and skills to prepare them for clinical practice. It was extremely rewarding working with students to reach their end goal and in turn help the welfare of so many animals. I have now stepped back from my lecturing role to concentrate on my business, although, I would love to do some more teaching in the future!

I currently have a very cheeky 6-year-old cat called Max and a loveable 5-year-old Staffie X German Shorthaired Pointer called Marshall. Marshall absolutely adores Max! Although Max was unsure of Marshall initially, he has come round to him being in the family, but, is of course in charge! I also own Rosco , a 4-year-old Warm blood X, who joined the family in November 2021, having been lightly backed that Summer.