The Animal Rehab Clinic is a purpose built therapy center set in the beautiful countryside on the outskirts of Bristol. The clinic first opened its doors in Spring 2018 and offer therapeutic and rehabilitation services catered to your pets needs.
Georgina Plummer RVN MCHA
Director of The Animal Rehab Clinic, Registered Qualified Veterinary Nurse and Hydrotherapist
George qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2011 from Harper Adams University College. George started her career working within a large referral hospital where she nursed and helped to rehabilitate neurological and post op orthopedic patients.
She gained a passion for rehabilitation early on and completed further education at Hawksmoor hydrotherapy Center to become a registered canine hydrotherapist with the Canine Hydrotherapy Association (CHA).
She is also currently undertaking a diploma in Animal Physiotherapy so she is able to offer a bespoke hydrotherapy service at The Animal Rehab Clinic.
Chartered Physiotherapist, BSc (Hons), MCSP, HPC, MSc (Vet Phys), ACPAT Cat ‘A’
Kat qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from the University of Huddersfield in 2007. Kat worked in a variety of NHS settings and progressed to be a Senior Physiotherapist within Paediatric Neurology. In 2015, Kat qualified in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Liverpool University, completing her masters project in Canine Rehabilitation techniques with distinction.
She now treats a mixture of dogs, horses and children through her private physiotherapy business. Kat has a love and passion for working with and being around animals ever since working at her local riding school as a teenager. Kat and her rescue collie cross, Fly, spend most of their spare time bonding through obedience training and competing in agility.
For more information on Kat Clarke Physiotherapy please visit their website www.katclarkephysio.co.uk
Dr Rayana Kamal BVSc Cert Small Animal Behavior MRCVS
Veterinary Rehabilitation Practitioner
Rayana qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon from the University of Liverpool in 2009. She has been working with small animals in a mixture of referral, first opinion and charity practice since
qualification. In 2015, she gained a post graduate certificate in small animal behavior and after completing a foundation course in Western Veterinary Acupuncture, membership to the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists. The connection between canine and feline
behavioral issues and underlying medical conditions such as chronic pain, encouraged Rayana to enroll on the GP Certificate in Western Veterinary Acupuncture and Chronic Pain Management
To practice as a Veterinary Rehabilitation Practitioner, Rayana is a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. This also allows her to work closely with your referring vet to advise on
your pet’s medications as well as understand what other medical conditions your pet may have and how this may impact upon their rehabilitation program. Whether your pet is recovering from surgery or is getting older,
Rayana will use complementary therapies such as acupuncture or laser therapy and advise on their lifestyle, medications and diet to provide a caring service, specifically tailored to your pet’s individual needs that enables them to enjoy life to the full.