Rowe Veterinary Hospital - Physiotherapy Listing ID: 1844

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Listing Began: Saturday, July 13, 2019



First class care for pets and their owners

The Rowe Veterinary Group was founded in 1948 by Mr John Rowe, father of Richard, one of our partners who has recently retired from small animal practice. The practice has grown rapidly and now has four branches. 

Three are in North Bristol with easy access from many areas of Bristol at Yate, Thornbury and Bradley Stoke so within South Gloucestershire.  People living in Rangeworthy, Winterbourne or Frampton Cotterell can quickly reach the Yate surgery or the 24 hour Hospital at Bradley Stoke.

There is also a Veterinary Hospital at Wotton-under-Edge, easy to get to from Hillesley, Hawkesbury Upton, Charfield, Wickwar, Cromhall and Dursley areas.

As well as providing a high quality first opinion practice for dogs, cats, small furries, birds and exotics animals we are home to a referral service, Rowe Referrals.

We are always there to take care of your pet, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Physiotherapy is the art of manipulation of muscles and bones and is useful following an injury or operation to aid recovery. We have the services of a qualifed Veterinary Surgeon and Physiotherapist, Helen Cann, MSc Vet Phys, BSc (Hons), MCSP SRP Cat A member of ACPAT, who is able to treat both small animals and horses. Helen will assess your pet and devise a suitable physiotherapy programme.

Physiotherapy Assessment to an Effective Treatment

The initial assessment will involve a full examination of your pet prior to treatment, and a physiotherapy plan is discussed and agreed. 

Treatment may include techniques such as: 
  • Joint manipulation 
  • Soft tissue mobilisation techniques such as laser, ultrasound, muscle stimulation or electro-magnetic therapies 
  • Progressive exercise rehabilitation 

Please contact us if you would like further information.

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