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Kirsty Rawden owns and runs Kirsty Rawden Veterinary Physiotherapy. In 2013 Kirsty gained a BSc Hons in Bioveterinary Science with First Class Honours from the University of Lincoln. She also received an award for her dissertation 'Kinematic analysis of the equine metacarpophalangeal joint in trot: the effect of three different surfaces '. From this she went straight on to study her Post graduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy at Harper Adams University where she graduated in July 2015. Kirsty is fully qualifed and an executive member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotheraists (NAVP).

Kirsty is a keen horse rider, starting in the saddle when she was just three, she has over 20 years experience around horses. She has worked in a variety of fields to include riding schools, livery, hunt and race yards. She has also successfully competed on the local circuits. The experience and knowledge gained through this has given Kirsty an in depth understanding of the requirements of horses and the demands of equestrian sports. inevitably she has seen a vast range of conditions and strives to find the root cause of issues presented to her.

Dogs have also formed a large part of Kirsty's life and she has a particular love for gundogs. She owns a Springer spaniel called Bella who she regularly treats to conservativly manage her luxating patella. 

Kirsty has recently completed her clinical educators course and is now able to be part of the teaching of the profession within the universities.

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Kirsty Rawden Veterinary Physiotherapy