Eve Bestwick currently holds a Bsc (Hons) degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy, is fully insured and a registered member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP).  Eve Bestwick Veterinary Physiotherapy aims to reduce pain, prevent injury and promote healing in a variety of animals. 



Eve has had a passion for animal care from a very early age and has always known she wanted to work in the animal industry through her education. Unsure on what avenue to take, she stumbled across veterinary physiotherapy courses and has never turned back. Veterinary physiotherapy encompasses pain relief, maintenance and fitness work, promoting healing and improving function, ensuring animal welfare is priority, which is at the heart of this business. 

Working and volunteering within a variety of animal sectors including rehoming centres, boarding kennels and riding schools as well as owning a variety of animals has allowed Eve to gather the essential passion, confidence and empathy that comes with caring for and treating animals, which she aims to bring to each veterinary physiotherapy session.


Eve Bestwick Veterinary Physiotherapy is qualified and insured to treat a variety of different animals. This includes horses, dogs and cats however can also encompass various other small and farm animals. All treatment carried out will be in accordance of the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 under Veterinary Referral.