Following on from the government update at the weekend and taking guidance from the leading professional bodies in my field I am now open to clients.
During this sad and difficult time my thoughts are with those who have lost friends and family during this crisis and I have the greatest respect for the NHS and other key workers.
Please note that unfortunately this will not be business as usual.
I am currently only opening on a Thursday, this will be expanded as need arises.
The professional guidelines are under constant review at this time, risk assessment and social distancing measures will be in place. Under advisement of several different professional bodies I will begin a phased return to work, providing government guidance on social distancing can be followed.
All canine appointments will take place at my clinic with full social distancing measures in place. You will not be able to attend the clinic to observe the treatment but a full report, pictures and exercise plan with videos will be sent to you after your appointment.
Equine appointments will still take place at your yard whilst observing social distancing, you will be asked not to enter the stable during the assessment and treatment a full report, pictures and exercise plan with videos will be sent to you after your appointment.
More information is available on the frequently asked questions page.
Introducing SG Veterinary Physiotherapy
Who We Are
The Pet Professionals
At SG Veterinary Physiotherapy your animal will receive the best care offered by a highly qualified therapist. Treatment is offered at your yard for equine clients and your home for canine clients in the North West. We will soon be offering our services in a purpose built physiotherapy and hydrotherapy centre for small animals.
About SG Veterinary Physiotherapy
Where Pets Come First
My name is Sarah Guffogg and I am the lead therapist working at SG Veterinary Physiotherapy. I graduated from Writtle University College with an integrated masters degree in veterinary physiotherapy. I am also qualified as a equinology equine body worker and caninology canine body worker. Following completion of my degree I completed further training in canine hydrotherapy.
I am fully insured to work as a veterinary physiotherapist and hydrotherapist. I am registered with IAAT- International Association of Animal Therapists. Many insurance companies will cover physiotherapy and hydrotherapy treatment and I am happy to assist you with this. I am based in the North-West of England covering Lancashire, Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and Cheshire.
I am a keen horsewoman and have been riding from a young age, I enjoy participating and watching a range of disciplines. At home I have three working cocker spaniels who are regularly out and about keeping me busy.