Treatment Location & Visits
Tracy is based in Holmer Green, near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Physiotherapy, rehabilitation, remedial exercise and Equipilates is provided for clients and their animals across the Greater London Area, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Areas frequently visited include High Wycombe, Amersham, Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, the Chalfonts, Maidenhead, Seer Green, Slough, Watford & Wendover. Tracy is also available to travel further afield but this incurs greater travel costs.
Tracy prefers to see Small Animals in their own environment when they are more relaxed. This also provides the opportunity to advise on "Occupational Health Type Issues" that might be implemented in the home to optimise the animals rehabilitation.
As an ACPAT Cat A Physiotherapist Tracy is recognised by all Major Veterinary Insurance Companies and Veterinarians.
EquiPilates sessions are provided at pre-arranged yard clinics and on a home visit basis.
Group EquiPilates classes are currently run at Penn Street Village Hall, near Amersham ( HP7 0PX) on Wednesday evenings between 6-7pm.
Tracy also provides “Rider Analysis & Pilates Clinics” with Alessandra Doyle at Woodrow Farm. She is also able to provide one to one/clinic Mounted & Dismounted Equipilates sessions (using Spikey & Franklin Balls to aid the riders postural awareness).
Initial assessment and treatment
– 90 mins = £80
Follow- up treatment – 1 hour = £65
Follow- up treatment – ½ hour = £45
Rider Biomechanics - 1 hour = £65
Travel costs are charged at the following rates from HP15:
0-10 miles £15
10-15 miles £20
15-20 miles £25
20-25 miles £30
Travel Waived for 4 or more clients seen at same visit
Most Animal Insurance Companies cover Physiotherapy if delivered by an ACPAT Cat A Physiotherapist.If you wish to claim for Veterinary Physiotherapy through an Insurance Company, please contact your insurer prior to the Initial Physiotherapy Assessment to ensure that physiotherapy is covered by the policy.ChilternVetPhysio does not claim directly from insurance companies and therefore fees will need to be paid at the time of treatment and a receipt will be issued. We are happy to complete any documentation that maybe required to assist with making a claim, but in most instances it is the referring veterinarian who must complete the claim form.