Physiotherapy Snapshot
Restoring Movement & Function

Physiotherapy aims to restore movement and function using a range of manual therapies, exercises and lifestyle changes.

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Under Water Treadmill Therapy

At the Cromwell ARC, we offer hydrotherapy for your pet on a state of the art underwater treadmill.

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Acupuncture Snapshot
Stimulating Specific Muscle Points

Acupuncture is the use of very fine needles to stimulate specific points in the body for the treatment of illness and injury.

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K-Laser Snapshot
Creating Optimal Conditions For Healing

A quick and painless therapeutic treatment, useful for a range of conditions, including soft tissue injuries and osteoarthritis.

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Pet Of The Month

Meet Vinnie

Vinnie, a very handsome three-year-old St Bernard, was diagnosed with hip and elbow dysplasia around a year ago and has recently started a physiotherapy and rehabilitation programme to help him cope with these conditions.


After an as assessment with a physiotherapist, Vinnie started a course of K-Laser treatment to help control the pain and inflammation associated with his elbows and hips. Vinnie’s physiotherapist has also introduced a range of therapeutic exercises to help Vinnie build strength and…

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Pet of the month Vinnie
Say Hello

Introducing the Cromwell ARC Team


Leanne Seymour

Senior Animal Physiotherapist

Leanne qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2009 and became increasingly interested in the benefits physiotherapy and rehabilitation could bring to the patients she was nursing. After studying for two years at The College of Animal Physiotherapy, she gained her Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy with distinction in 2012. Leanne then went on to train as a myofascial release therapist; a therapy that is particularly useful for soft tissue injuries and restrictions and the management of scar tissue.


Leanne has also undertaken further training in water management, underwater treadmill therapy, laser therapy and kinesiology taping. She has experience treating a wide range of conditions and injuries in dogs and cats and has a particular interest in physiotherapy and rehabilitation of canine sports and working dog injuries.


Abbie Stocker

Animal Physiotherapist

Abbie has had aspirations of becoming an animal physiotherapist since leaving school. Abbie first qualified as a veterinary nurse in January 2012 before starting the Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy a year later. She qualified from the College of Animal Physiotherapy with merit in May 2015.


Abbie has rehomed an elderly dog with arthritis and a cat with nerve problems – both of which benefit from regular physiotherapy at home. Abbie also loves horses and in her spare time enjoys going horse riding.


Amanda Jakins

Veterinary Surgeon & Acupuncturist

Amanda qualified as a vet from Cambridge University in 2005. She joined Cromwell Vets in August of that year and has stayed here ever since. Amanda has a special interest in internal medicine and in particular pain management, particularly for chronic conditions such as arthritis. She started using veterinary acupuncture in 2012.


Amanda is married with three daughters and has a small menagerie at home. She keeps herself busy with cats, chickens and a tortoise and is soon to be bringing home a new puppy. Her youngest cat Elvis came to live with her following a traumatic injury and he provides much entertainment for everyone who knows him with his ‘special ways’.


What Our Clients Have To Say

Interested in how we can help your pet get back on their feet? Contact us for an appointment.