Dominique Armitage Riley
Dominique Armitage Riley has a strong veterinary-based background after she completed a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Science at The Royal Veterinary College in London. Here she began her focus on Animal Physiotherapy modailities after completing her dissertation exploring "Muscle Stiffness in the Equine Back".
In 2012 Dominique went on to study her postgraduate course in Veterinary Physiotherapy at Harper Adams University which she successfully completed. As a result of this Dominique is now an acitve member of ASSVAP (Association for the Scientific Study of Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapy) and RAMP (Register for Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners) where she continues her professional development by enrolling and completing a variety of CPD opportuinities.
Throughout Dominique's life she has gained a vast wealth of 'hands-on' experience working with animals of all shapes and sizesby completing various placements on farms, studs, zoos etc. Dominique however devleoped her real interest in physiotherapy and rehabilitation when she worked at Parks Farm Equine Therapy Centre based in North Yorkshire.
Away from her career as a Veterinary Physiotherapist Dominique has always indulged her passion for owning and caring for animals be it dogs, cats or horses. In her free time she enjoys nothing more than spending a day out at our parents farm with her husband Simon and son Sebastian.