Donna Wills PGC A Phys, RVN, MIAAT, MBVNA, MRAMP - Founder of Animal Physiotherapy Ltd
Donna Wills, an animal physiotherapist, who passed her post-graduate qualification in animal physiotherapy with distinction in 2005. Donna is also RAMP registered. Donna offers physiotherapy to all animals in need of the therapeutic touch.
She has been employed as a veterinary nurse and is also fully qualified and registered in this profession too. This also included specialising in emergency and critical care nursing for a time. Donna has worked in this profession for over thirteen years.
Donna has a life time experience in working with many species including domestic pets, equine and farm animals. She has also cared for many exotic and zoo animals.
As part of her training in physiotherapy Donna had to write a dissertation. For this she did an extensive study into the effect of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) in the canine suffering with osteoarthritis. This study did help to prove its effectiveness. She was delighted to find that treatment using this new technique had a significant positive effect on animals suffering with osteoarthritis. She also achieved a distinction for this study!
Donna is now an accredited practical trainer for new animal physiotherapists. She has also done many lectures in this field.
- Member of the International Association of Animal Therapists
- Member of The British Veterinary Nursing Association
- Registered with the Royal Collage of veterinary surgeons (RCVS)
- Registered with Register of Animal Musculoskeletal practitioners (RAMP)
- Fully insured
Donna has been the driving force for the company and has done large amounts in promoting the effects of physiotherapt to the general public and veterinary professionals alike. She has been in such demand that the company has had to expand and cover a large area of the country, and be head hunted to provide the service for Harrods, London.
Donna has grown in the profession to beome a known name, and even has her own DVD now. She is well established and many vets rely on her for their patients pysiotherapy needs.