Yorkshire Animal Therapy are horse and dog musculoskeletal specialists who offer a unique, holistic approach to treating your animals. We are the only therapists in the area to offer a combined approach of McTimoney Chiropractic techniques and Veterinary Physiotherapy methods as standard practice for your dog or horse.

 

Based in Harrogate, we treat horses and dogs in Yorkshire and surrounding areas: Harrogate, Wetherby, Keighley, Skipton, Ilkley, Halifax, Huddersfield, Wakefield, Driffield, Malton, Bentham, Gildersome, York, Thirsk, Middleham, Leeds, Doncaster, Bradford, Leeds, Rotherham, Ripon, Northallerton, Bedale and many more.

 

Yorkshire Animal Therapy offers the following specialist services for your dog or horse:

 

- McTimoney Animal Chiropractic

Physiotherapy

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

Dominique Armitage Riley

 

Qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist who has a specialist interest in biomechanics and orthapeadic/ neurological rehabilitation. As part of her course she has studied in; Massage techniques, Electrotherapy, Manual therapies (stretching & range of motion) and rehabilitation techniques/plans. Dominique is fully insured and registered with ASSVAP & RAMP.

 

Veterinary Physiotherapist 

07960 640901

Zara Mitchell 

 

Registered McTimoney Animal Chiropractor and qualified Veterinary Nurse with a special interest in neurology, orthopaedics and post surgical rehabilitation. Further training completed in Low Level Laser Therapy, Canine Hydrotherapy and Equine & Canine Massage. Zara is fully insured and registered with the MAA & RAMP.

 

 

McTimoney Animal Chiropractor  07983 729078

 

Yorkshire Animal Therapy - Veterinary Consent Form

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As horse and dog therapists, at Yorkshire Animal Therapy we aim to work closely with your veterinary surgeon to provide optimal patient care. The therapies we offer treat a variety of conditions and complaints. It is a legal requirement (as per the Veterinary Surgeons Exemptions Order 2015 Section 19.19 (https://www.rcvs.org.uk/setting-standards/advice-and-guidance/code-of-professional-conduct-for-veterinary-surgeons/supporting-guidance/treatment-of-animals-by-unqualified-persons/) that ALL therapists seek & obtain veterinary consent before any treatment can take place.

At Yorkshire Animal Therapy we request veterinary consent before an initial assessment, on an annual basis or when a condition changes or a new injury/ailment occurs. We try to work closely with veterinary practices to ensure our patients get the best possible outcome, we’re working within the law and we refer back to the treating veterinarian where necessary.

You can download a veterinary consent form here - we require you to fill this in and get your vet to sign it prior to treatment. All completed forms can be returned to us via email or in person. If you wish to give us back the form in person please take a picture of the completed & signed form and text/email it to us so we can check it prior to treatment.

Completed forms can be returned to:
Dominique Armitage Riley - physio@yorkshireanimaltherapy.co.uk
Zara Mitchell - yorkshireanimaltherapy@gmail.com

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BY ACCEPTING AN APPOINTMENT WITH YORKSHIRE ANIMAL THERAPY - YOU ARE AGREEING THAT YOU HAVE CURRENT VETERINARY CONSENT FROM YOUR VETERINARY SURGEON AND AGREEING TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS SEEN IN THE DOCUMENT ABOVE.

Zara Mitchell - Insurance Certificate 2019/2020
Your vet may ask if your therapist has the correct insurance - this is a copy of my current 2019/2020 insurance certificate. They may also ask what group I am accredited with, this is the McTimoney Animal Association and RAMP (Register for Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners).
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Dominique Armitage Riley - Insurance Certificate 2019
Your vet may ask if your therapist has the correct insurance - this is a copy of my current 2019 insurance certificate. They may also ask what group I am accredited with, this is the Association for the Scientific Study of Animal Veterinary Physiotherapy (ASSAVP) and RAMP (Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners).
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