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🎓 Meet John: Your Trusted Veterinary Physiotherapist 🐾

My love for all creatures great and small, from slithering snakes to majestic horses, ignited my educational journey. It all began at Myerscough, where I delved into the world of animal management, earning a BTEC to kickstart my path.

From there, I ventured to Liverpool John Moores University, where I immersed myself in the captivating realms of Zoology and Animal Behaviour, enriched by a foundation in Natural Sciences. This academic pursuit culminated in not one, but three degrees - a testament to eight years of dedication and passion! 😮‍💨

Eager to expand my expertise, I furthered my studies at the University of Nottingham, specialising in Veterinary Physiotherapy through postgraduate and Masters programs.

Fast forward to 2017, when I established Whites Veterinary Physiotherapy. What began as a part-time endeavor quickly blossomed into a full-time commitment, fueled by the growing demand for specialized care. Over the years, I've had the honor of serving countless clients, earning acclaim from veterinarians, professionals, and cherished clients alike.

Fully insured and registered with IRVAP, I uphold the highest standards of care and professionalism. Continuously seeking to enhance my skills, I regularly engage in CPD and educational pursuits, most recently achieving certification as a Level 4 Canine Hydrotherapist in 2021.

My dedication extends beyond clinical practice - I proudly lecture for Liverpool John Moores University and soon UCLAN, while serving as a clinical provider for the University of Nottingham and Harper Adams.

With a straightforward, no-nonsense approach to my work, I prioritize the well-being of every animal I encounter. Exciting ventures lie ahead, including the launch of a new cat and dog supplement range.

Rest assured, when you choose Whites Veterinary Physiotherapy, you're selecting a fully qualified professional dedicated to the health and happiness of your beloved pets. Remember, research is key when selecting any professional for your furry companions.

Although this may seem unusual and doesn't happen often, I am one of the only veterinary physiotherapists in the UK that can treat reptiles due to my background. It would also be wise of me to mention that I have my own Dog called Scouse Mac the Labradoodle along with our Welsh Section D Brynn.

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