Chartered Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy home visits for humans and dogs in the West Midlands, covering a 30 mile radius from Dudley.

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About Me

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Rebecca Stott

MCSP, HCPC, ACPAT category A, Chartered Physiotherapist. 

I graduated from Teesside University with first class BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and have since worked within the NHS specialising in frailty and older adults. Dogs are my passion and from a young age I knew my career would involve them leading me to complete the MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy degree at Hartpury University.  

I am a category A member of ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy) as well as HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) registered and a member of the CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy). I am insured with public and professional liability cover. 

I strive to provide high quality physiotherapy and improve quality of life.

Physiotherapy for Dogs

 Specialist assessment of function leading to a tailor made treatment plan.

Aims: 

  • Prehabiliation (Optimise Pre-Surgery, some conditions can be treated successfully without the need for surgery)

  • Injury Prevention

  • Reduce Compensatory Mechanisms

  • Reduce Pain

  • Rehabilitation Post Surgery

  • Increase Athletic Performance

  • Improve Quality of Life

Treatment techniques: 

  • Massage

  • Myofascial Release

  • Soft Tissue Mobilisation

  • Joint Mobilisations

  • Stretches

  • Gait Re-education

  • Therapeutic Equipment (such as NMES and magnetic therapy)

  • Tailored Therapeutic Home Exercise Programme 

Physiotherapy for Dogs

 
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What is Physiotherapy for in Dogs? 

 Why ACPAT? 

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It is best to contact an ACPAT Physiotherapist early in the healing process or at early identification of problems where possible to aid prevention of compensatory movement and promote function.

  • Pre-Surgery Preparation

  • Post Surgery

  • Injury Prevention

  • Post Trauma/Injury

  • Pain Management

  • Arthritis Management

  • Obesity Management

  • Neurological Conditions

  • Working Dogs Performance

  • Competition Dogs Performance

Common Conditions: 

  • Elbow/Hip Dysplasia

  • Cranial Crucial Ligament

  • Patella Luxation 

  • Tendinopathy

  • Intervertebral Disc Disease

  • Fibrocartilaginous Embolism

I completed over 1000 hours hands on training in the human physiotherapy field to become a chartered physiotherapist. I then completed an extra 2 years to develop my skills to treat animals allowing me to become ACPAT registered. This extensive training gives more depth to knowledge as human skills and research can be translated to optimise my work in the animal field. From my assessment of function and injury I am able to clinically reason a combination of treatments from clinical practice and research. 

As an ACPAT Physiotherapist I will work with the vet and will send them updates on our progress, this can be every session if they request it to be. 

 

Is your dog limping? Do they have a change in behaviour when you pet them? Is your dog now struggling to jump on and off furniture, climb stairs, sit, lie, roll over or stand? Does your dog appear to lose balance when moving?  

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Physiotherapy for Humans

 Specialist assessment of function leading to a tailor made treatment plan.

Aims: 

  • Prehabiliation (Optimise Pre-Surgery, some conditions can be treated successfully without the need for surgery)

  • Injury Prevention

  • Reduce Compensatory Mechanisms

  • Reduce Falls Risk

  • Reduce Pain

  • Rehabilitation Post Surgery

  • Increase Athletic Performance

  • Improve Quality of Life

Treatment techniques: 

  • Massage

  • Myofascial Release

  • Soft Tissue Mobilisation

  • Joint Mobilisations

  • Stretches

  • Gait Re-education

  • Therapeutic Equipment (such as NMES and magnetic therapy)

  • Tailored Therapeutic Home Exercise Programme

  • Falls Prevention Advice 

What is Physiotherapy for in Humans? 

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It is best to contact a Physiotherapist early in the healing process or at early identification of problems where possible to aid prevention of compensatory movement and promote function.

  • Pre-Surgery Preparation

  • Post Surgery

  • Injury Prevention

  • Post Trauma/Injury

  • Pain Management

  • Arthritis Management

  • Neurological Conditions

  • Athletic Performance

Common Problems: 

  • Falls

  • Frailty

  • Sporting Injuries

  • ACL Rehab

  • Chronic Pain

  • Arthritis

 

 Prices 

 Dog Physiotherapy 

Human Physiotherapy 

£60 per 1 hour appointment plus travel expenses - see areas covered.

Each appointment includes Assessment, Treatment and a Tailored Home Exercise Programme.

Payment is required at the end of the appointment via cash or bank transfer. 

Please be aware your dog may need a number of appointments over weeks/months to rehabilitate fully. 

Most insurance companies pay towards physiotherapy please check your cover prior to booking. Payment is still required from the customer at time of appointment. You will be provided with a receipt for you to claim on insurance to reimburse you.

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£50 per 45 minute appointment plus travel expenses - see areas covered.

Each appointment includes Assessment, Treatment and a Tailored Home Exercise Programme.

Payment is required at the end of the appointment via cash or bank transfer. 

Please be aware you may need a number of appointments over weeks/months to rehabilitate fully. 

Offers 

Owner and Dog Discount:

£10 discount for a double appointment of 1 human and 1 dog seen in the same household.

Please discuss offers for multiple appointments in one household - dogs or humans.   

Zara Stoke Training Discount:

£5 discount on human appointments if referred by Zara Stokes Training.

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Areas Covered

Stott and Paws Physiotherapy has pride in assessing and treating in your own home to ensure quality throughout life.

 

Stott and Paws is based in the Dudley

(DY1) area of the West Midlands. 

Within 10 miles (Included in price)

Within 20 miles (+£5 on price)

Within 30 miles (+£10 on price)

Stott and Paws also covers within

5 miles of Bedworth (CV12) included

in price. 

Please ask on booking of appointment

any queries around travel expenses. 

Opening Hours

Appointments are suited to you between 9am and 8pm on weekdays and on special requests appointments can be on weekends. 

Phone calls and emails will be answered and replied to between 8am - 9pm depending on the day. Please request a time to be called back if leaving an answerphone message. 

 
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