ACPAT CAT A- Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy Catagory A member (Qualified member)

ACPAT is the professional network for Chartered Physiotherapist who treat animals. In order to become a Catagory A member Chartered Physiotherapists must gain a Masters in Veterinary Physiotherapy. It is one of the largest and most respected Veterinary Physiotherapy groups.

            

MSCP - Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

 

Most physiotherapist you come into contact with in this country will be  members of the CSP, whether they work on hospital wards or in hopsital outpatient departments, in football, in rugby, for private companies or at your local gym.

             

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RAMP member- Register of Animal musculoskeletal Practitioners

Currently there is no Royal Charter for Veterinary Physiotherapists. The RAMP register was created to provide an industry wide standard of physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropracters, so that vets and the public can  be assured in their choice of professional.

 

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