Worcestershire Animal therapy is run by registered Veterinary Nurse Emily Ashdown who is a fully qualified veterinary physiotherapist and a product specialist for Companion therapy lasers.

We are based in Worcestershire and provide a home service for laser and physiotherapy treatment, nail clipping and senior pet consultations for your pets. We are fully qualified, registered, and insured but most importantly we have a huge passion for animals and their health.

Our aim is to use a variety of equipment and techniques to help treat your pet following a Veterinary referral. This could be after an injury, to treat a long term problem or to help prevent any future injury.


Our services


Emily is a fully qualified, RAMP registered and insured Veterinary Physiotherapist.

We offer in house clinics at Danemere Petotel and Bromsgrove Canine Hydrotherapy. We also offer a home service making the treatment less stressful for you and your pet.  More information.

 Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy accelerates the body’s natural healing process through photo-bio-modulation. Laser therapy provides tangible benefits to your patients, your clients, and your practice. Laser therapy is effective in treating chronic conditions, acute conditions, and post- surgical pain and inflammation. More information.

Equine Massage

Our very own Sue Nicklin is a qualified Equine massage therapist

In the horse, the various massage and stretching techniques enable the horse to perform to its full potential by: Increasing and improving circulation Enhance muscle tone Relax muscle spasm Prevent and relieve adhesion’s Increase the range of movement Massage can benefit the well-being of the animal, release tension and aid mental relaxation. In the event of an Injury, massage is of great benefit to aid recovery and prevent atrophy (wasting) of muscles.



Did you know that as well as being fully insured we have links with the International association of Animal Therapists, International society of feline medicine and the British Veterinary nursing association. Being a member of these organisations is important to be kept up to date with the latest treatments and technologies and being able to give your pets the best advice! Call now for a free chat on how Laser therapy can help your pet feel more comfortable!

Emily is now registered with RAMP (Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners). This is a gold standard register for all Musculoskeletal professionals to prove they are working at the highest standard.