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At home/yard physiotherapy for canine, equine and small animal.

Including manual, hydro and electrotherapies.

Specialists in canines with challenging behaviours 

Movement analysis for canine, equine and rider.

To assist veterinary diagnosis, improve therapy outcomes or highlight lameness. Performance analysis and improvement.

Professional research for the animal industry.

Product development and performance analysis

Institutional and academic studies.

Specialist knowledge for optimium outcomes 

Dr. Roberta Ferro de Godoy, PhD, MVetMed, BVetMed, PGCERT, FHEA

Equine rehabilitation & performanc. Equine biomechanical analysis

My career started as an equine surgeon in my native Brazil, and has encompassed roles in research, teaching and general vet practice.

I have been invloved in nearly 100 research projects, ranging from equine stem cell to canine biomechanical anlaysis, in collaboartion with institutions such as The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) and University of Bristol, where I am an honourary senior lecturer. I currently also teach animal biomechanics and animal sports medicine at Writtle University College in Essex.

I am a firm believer in advancing animal care and welfare, through industry education and scientific research.


Scott Blake, MVetPhys

Equine, canine & small animal physiotherapy.

Canine biomechanical analysis.

I've been around animals all my life, but it was not until my forties that I decided to make a career from my passion. 

Walking away from a succesful financial services business wasnt easy, but is still the best decision I ever made.​

I graduated with distinction from Writtle University with a Masters degree in veterinay physiotherapy, and, along with Roberta, have a mission to deliver the best quality animal care, combined with the most advanced, up to date, objective analysis available.