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Suttons Animal Physiotherapy
Clinical Director MSc Vet Phys
Royal Veterinary College , London
Royal Veterinary College London
Dean Angell - Head Lad | Neal Tucker - Assistant Head Lad | Allan Mcfarlane - Travelling Head Lad | Kevin Clarke - Assistant Travelling Head Lad | Dave Tucker - Barn Leader Barn 2 | Nigel Dungar - Bar
Amanda Sutton - Physiotherapist
Amanda and Mark Perrett work alongside a team of 20 dedicated staff members including a highly experienced vet located close to the riding stables. Amanda Sutton - Physiotherapist
Amanda Sutton Clinical Director MSc Vet Phys, MCSP, Cat A ACPAT, HPC
Amanda Sutton Amanda set up the practice after working in human sports medicine and outpatients. Her life long ambition is to be able to offer the same facility to animals. After eighteen months with Janet, Amanda returned to Winchester to start her own human/animal practice. n the 1990's Amanda was appointed Chartered Physiotherapist for the riders and horses of the British Three Day Event Team, which enabled Amanda to attend the Olympics and work alongside the best veterinary surgeons, riders and farriers in the world. Experience gained at these elite levels have helped formulate and develop treatment techniques for all our clients, both large and small. In 2000 Amanda was involved in helping get the MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy at the Royal Veterinary College off the ground. She subsequently gained the MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy and authored two books on equine therapy. She also contributed chapters in "Lameness in the Horse" and "Canine Rehabilitation and Therapy".
Practice Team Profiles
Animal Physiotherapist - Amanda SuttonAmanda is a chartered physiotherapist with a Masters Degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy from the Royal Veterinary College, London.She has been treating animals since 1988.She was the British Equestrian team physiotherapist at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, USA and for the gold medal winning British Equestrian team at the European championships in 1995.She is an international lecturer on the subject of veterinary physiotherapy, has been on radio and television in the UK several times and written several articles and books on her subject. Amanda is an expert in treating muscular-skeletal conditions, by using a combination of soft tissue manipulation and joint mobilisation techniques. Physiotherapy can help many conditions - the older pet who has stiff arthritic joints, post injury or surgery, or after an illness which has affected the nervous system.Physiotherapy can make a world of difference to an animal's quality of life and freedom from pain.It is a treatment suitable for all types of animals and Amanda has experience of treating most of them.
Amanda Sutton MCSP ACPAT Cat.
Equine Physiotherapist Suttons Animal Physiotherapy Practice, Hampshire Amanda has been treating animals since 1988, is an international lecturer on the subject of veterinary physiotherapy, British Equestrian Team therapist and author. An expert in treating muscular-skeletal conditions, she uses a combination of soft tissue manipulation and joint mobilization techniques.
Maximising Equine Performance
Working on some of the world's most valuable performance horses is all in a day's work for physiotherapist Amanda Sutton. Observing sore horses and watching the way they move and stand have lead her to make many observations about how farriery affects a horse, for better and worse. Sutton refers to the secondary effects of foot pain or imbalance as "compensatory" problems. She mentioned that the top of the poll, shoulder, and withers are three places on the body where she sees horses adjust their stance in reaction to foot pain. "Whatever its cause, pain in the feet will result in an abnormal gait, and will eventually lead to lameness," Sutton wrote. An interesting topic touched on by Sutton was the horse's proprioceptive nervous system. She showed her method of proprioceptive taping, and said that when the muscles are overworking, the brain does not tell the muscles to stop. The Injured Horse and The Injury-Free Horse by Amanda Sutton Physical Therapy and Massage for the Horse by Denoix and Pailloux