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“I initially met Megan 7 years ago when she came to Rosegarth as a working pupil.  Megan is a really lovely, personable and soothing young lady with fantastic communication skills to give you confidence in her work and abilities.  She is an excellent physiotherapist and I have total trust in her and can recommend her highly”










Megan gained her BSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame, Perth, Western Australia. After  graduating she moved to England to gain her MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Hartpury College / University of West England. Megan previously worked at the Royal United Hospital in Bath as a Physiotherapist on the medical assessment unit, orthopaedic and geriatric wards and as an on-call respiratory physiotherapist.


Throughout Megan's schooling and working life she has always found time to increase her knowledge of the equine industry. She knows the rigors of the elite equestrian world having worked with International event riders including Lucinda, exercising and caring for their elite horses as well as assisting on the yard with the Japanese eventing team.


Megan has a keen interest in horse and rider performance and injury rehabilitation and enjoys working closely with other members of the team to maximise their performance.





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Megan is a Chartered Physiotherapist and ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapist who is passionate about the treatment of both people and animals. Based in the heart of the Cotswolds, Megan provides specialist physiotherapy services to areas within Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Bath and Bristol.


Physiotherapy is used successfully in the prevention and treatment of a range of musculoskeletal injuries and post-surgical conditions or where there is a lack of performance. Physiotherapy is able to assist both animals and people manage pain and achieve their full potential through the use of hands-on facilitation techniques including electrotherapy.


All Veterinary Physiotherapists are legally required to work with the consent of your Veterinary Surgeon and this collaboration of specialist skills ensures that the utmost care is taken to restore function and enhance performance.


Megan is a registered member of the following professional bodies:


ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy)

HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)

CSP (Charted Society of Physiotherapy)

AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)

APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association)