So happy to contribute to this important social media campaign for my professional body. We’re grateful to John Gosden for his kind permission to mention Enable, and of course to Enable herself for being so incredible.
From ACPAT – The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy “Member Monday” social media post:
All our category A members are Chartered Physiotherapists, qualifying initially in human physiotherapy and then post graduate education in animal physiotherapy.
Chartered Physiotherapists have specialist knowledge in anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and pathology. The considerable experience gained in the human field develops refined clinical reasoning and practical skills which are largely transferrable to animal physiotherapy. Many of our members are involved in post graduate research up to PhD level, teaching physiotherapy students and delivering high quality training to other allied veterinary professionals.
Naturally our members are proud of their Chartered status, and we are proud of them and their work!
First up in our #CharteredAndProud is Kate Hesse BPhysio MSc MCSP ACPAT Cat A who specialises in racehorses and works in Newmarket. One of Kate’s patients was the incredible Enable: winner of 11 Group 1s.