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The Team

Cameron Shammi (Director & Senior Hydrotherapist)

Level 3 qualification in small animal hydrotherapy incorporating:

  • Small animal first aid for Hydrotherapists
  • Hydrotherapy theory and practice module 1
  • Hydrotherapy theory and practice module 2
  • Water management for small animal Hydrotherapy
  • Anatomy and physiology for small animal Hydrotherapy
  • Understanding orthopaedic conditions
  • Understanding spinal conditions

Becky Black (Hydrotherapist)

Level 3 qualification in small animal hydrotherapy incorporating:

  • Small animal first aid for Hydrotherapists
  • Hydrotherapy theory and practice module 1
  • Hydrotherapy theory and practice module 2
  • Water management for small animal Hydrotherapy
  • Anatomy and physiology for small animal Hydrotherapy
  • Understanding orthopaedic conditions
  • Understanding spinal conditions

I am a Level 3 qualified canine hydrotherapist and also a BSc (Hons) AdvCertVPhys veterinary physiotherapist and a member of IRVAP (Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists). I also run Horses To Hounds Physiotherapy where I specialise in the rehabilitation of Equine and Canine patients. In particular I enjoy working with arthritic patients and post-operative cases and seeing them improve their mobility and comfort levels through hydrotherapy and physiotherapy.

As well as providing effective hydrotherapy plans, I enjoy helping owners with home exercise plans and seeing their dedication pay off.

More recently I completed a CertClinEd (AccMdx) to enable me to pass on my knowledge to students from the University of Nottingham Vet School. Last year I secured a part-time position to teach on the course as a Teaching Associate and enjoy lecturing at the University and taking students on placements when I can.

In my home life I enjoy pub quizzing, horse riding and spend most of my time with my pets, the Horse (Mac), Spaniel (Millie) and the mischievous Cat (Milo).