Molly has been around animals all her life, owning her own horses and dogs since she can remember. Introduced to riding at 4, she spent all her spare time practically living in the stables. Molly has competed in a range of disciplines throughout the pony club (competing at HOYS) and with MGAGB (competing for Wales), therefore having a key understanding to fitness and the demands put upon a competition horse.
Having had the best treatement for her own horses in the past, Molly decided to peruse her education into the care and welfare of animals, completing a BSc (Hons) degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy. Molly has worked with animals, all shapes and sizes throughout her life, appreciating the importance of relationship between client and patient, working together to improve health and performance.
Equine Physiotherapy consists of initial assessment, a treatment program and a rehabilitation schedule.