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Professional Memberships

Kate is a voluntary member of both the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) and the Animal Health Professions' Register (AHPR), which are professional associations promoting high standards of practice for Veterinary Physiotherapists.

By choosing a member of these associations, you can be assured that your therapist is...

  • Highly qualified to degree level through an accredited education course 

  • Fully insured with both professional and public liability insurance

  • Up-to-date with continued profession development (CPD) training to ensure a scientific, clinically reasoned approach to treatment

  • Work in accordance with current legislation 

  • Work as a multi-disciplinary team alongside other professionals

  • Work to a professional code of conduct and ethics to prioritise animal welfare 

For more information about the professional registers, click on the links below.


Kate Outram BSc(hons), PgD Veterinary Physiotherapy, MNAVP, AHPR Registered

"After initially graduating with an undergraduate degree in Zoology, I then went on to complete another two years of postgraduate study at Harper Adams University, where I qualified as a Level 7 Veterinary Physiotherapist. I later completed my research project to achieve a Masters degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy, and I am now working towards my OCNLR Level 4 Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy at Greyfriars training centre.

Since qualifying in 2021, I have worked in a busy rehabilitation and hydrotherapy centre with a varied caseload including post-operative rehabilitation, neurological conditions, and sporting animals.

At home, I'm kept busy by my 21 year old Connemara pony Harvey, my 3-legged rescue cat Nellie, and Korthals Griffon dog  Fenna."

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