Ellis Louise Wall, BSc (Hons) MSc DipAnPhys MIAAT MVOA
Ellis has worked in veterinary surgeries, zoos and wildlife parks and canine rehoming centres since 2008. After completing a BSc (Hons) in Animal Science at the University of Nottingham and an MSc in Wild Animal Biology at the Royal Veterinary College, she worked in wildlife rehabilitation and release, which helped her to realise her passion for animal rehabilitation.
Whilst completing her postgraduate diploma in Animal Physiotherapy at the College of Animal Physiotherapy, she was employed at the Royal Veterinary College Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, working in the Orthopaedic and Neurology wards. This has provided her with invaluable experience working with patients pre- and post-surgery, and allowed her to observe unique and unusual cases that have broadened her knowledge and skills in post-operative care and rehabilitation. Ellis has a particular interest in neurological cases and geriatric patients.
Ellis is a registered member of the IAAT (International Association of Animal Therapists) and is fully insured. She has also taken further study in the treatment of osteoarthritis in small animals and achieved accreditation from the Veterinary Osteoarthritis Alliance (VOA). Ellis is Fear Free Certified, working to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in pets during their treatments.
Ellis absolutely loves meeting new patients and their owners and designing rehabilitation plans that will allow the dogs to return to their previous fitness and help them to feel more comfortable and content. She keeps up-to-date with new technologies and evidence-based practices, regularly attends relevant CPD and courses, and relishes a challenge in the more difficult cases!
- Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
- Laser Therapy
- VOA Accreditated
- Fear Free Certificatied