Physiotherapy for animals of ALL shapes and sizes in Swindon, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire

Chartered Physiotherapist - specialising in elderly, frailty and balance in the over 65's

ACPAT qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist - with a special interest in dogs and small animals

At Everlasting Physiotherapy, our aim is to help your beloved pets improve their quality of life, decrease pain and increase function/ performance. 

Conditions treated include (but not limited too):

Post surgical rehabilitation, post trauma, general fitness, arthritis management, neurological, pain management... the list is endless! 

We also treat people, mainly over 65s for balance, falls prevention, post orthopaedic surgery and general strengthening.

Our Story

ACPAT qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist, treating animals of ALL species, from rabbits to humans to horses and everything in between!

As an ACPAT physiotherapist, I have undergone a BSc in Human Physiotherapy, and then completed a PostGraduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy. 

What We Do

All consults consist of a full assessment, discussion of findings and treatment.

Physiotherapy isn't just about massage.. other treatments include (but certainly not limited too); manipulations, mobilisations, electrotherapy and tailored exercises.

Vet reports (and client reports if requested) are also provided to ensure all of your pets professionals are informed. 

Opening Hours

Mondays - available for home visits and care homes. Travelling to you to reduce stress.

Tuesdays- Subcontract at the Animal Rehab Clinic, Wapley Bristol - physiotherapy and hydrotherapy available

Wednesday- currently unavailable

Thursdays- Highworth Physiotherapy Clinic (humans) and evening home visits available 

Fridays- Macqueen Vets, Devizes

Saturday and Sundays available on request

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The Team

It is currently just myself, but I maintain strong links in the Veterinary industry and never truly work alone. I feel it essential to be part of the bigger picture so am in contact with your referring vet.

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Emily Last
BSc, PostGradDip, MCSP, ACPAT (Cat A), MCHA

Chartered Physiotherapist Specialised in Veterinary Physiotherapy

Also a qualified Canine Hydrotherapist