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Maeve Sheridan

ACPAT Chartered Physiotherapist

Bsc Physio PG Dip Vet Physio


Equiads Case Study series 2013

ACPAT Scotland members are writing a case study series for Equi Ads in 2013. I have written the February and March editions.

Equiads Problem Page series 2012

I am writing a new physiotherapy problem page for Equiads - first one is published in February 2012.

January 2012

Hi all, I am now back to work full time and can be contacted on 07815 839790 for appointments for equine physiotherapy or rider assessments and treatments. Thanks to all my clients for your generous and kind wishes on the birth of Conor. Look forward to seeing you all again soon!

New Baby!

Baby Conor arrived on 8th July 2011 and weighed in a hefty 9lb 10oz. He is doing very well and I'm enjoying a bit of time off with him. Brid Walsh, Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist, is covering all my equine work until I return in January 2012. I am still doing rider assessments and treatments from home.

Please contact Brid on 07598 928509 for an appointment for your horse and contact me directly for an appointment for yourselves.





Hopetoun Horse Trials July 2011

Maeve and Brid were the Physiotherapists for Hopetoun International Horse Trials and were in the box park providing physiotherapy for horses and riders.



Equiads Articles

Maeve has written quite a few articles for Equiads. Click on the links below to read them.

November 2011 (12mb) Case studies, pages 36 40

June 2011 (6mb) Rider assessment, pages 20 - 24

November 2010 (11mb) Functional anatomy of the horse part 2, pages 38 - 39

August 2010 (8mb) Functional anatomy of the horse part 1, pages 28 - 30


ACPAT Seminar

The Scottish ACPAT seminar held at SNEC in March 2011 was a huge success. As well as raising money for World Horse Welfare and The Equine Grass Sickness Fund, a great day was had by all and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. See some photos of the event below.

ACPAT Seminar

The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) have organised a seminar which will be held on November 30th 2010 at the Scottish National Equestrian Centre in Broxburn, West Lothian.

Aimed at owners, trainers and riders, tickets are £30 and include a light lunch and all proceeds go to the Equine Grass Sickness Fund and Worldwide Horse Welfare.

Animal Physio Plus is a proud member of ACPAT and will attending the event so please pop along and see us there to ask us questions or for more information.


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