December 11, 2018

Oxford Physiotherapy Prices

Pet or horse assessment and treatment at your home or yard:Equine physiotherapy - injury rehabilitation 2
£65 plus Travel charges apply at 50p per mile return.
Approximate travel distance can be worked out from post code OX3 0HP to your address.

Pet assessment at the clinic in Witney
(Eagle Industrial Estate Church Green • Witney • Oxon • OX28 4YR ( for SAT NAV use 56 OX28 6AF)  detailed map to find Witney clinic.

Available   Tues pm and Thurs am. Other times by arrangement but different price structure may apply
£65 for 45min-60min assess and treat – all Initial consults. Dog Physiotherapy assessment

£50 for a half hour assess and treat (only suitable for some follow-ups).


Pet assessment at the clinic in Standford on the Vale – (Unit 8, 23 High St, Standford In The Vale SN7 8LH).

£65 on clinic days (currently Thurs 3pm-6pm). On non-clinic days travel charges will apply.


Payment can be made by either cash or card.

Our standard Physiotherapy business hours are
Mon to Thurs 9am – 5pm and some Saturdays 9am – 5pm.

Treatment Consent Forms:
Prior to carrying out any treatment for your animals Iwill need the consent of your vet.
Your vet can do one of the following to give their consent

  • submit the online vet referral form available under the Tab ‘Info For Vets’
  • or download/print fill in and sign one of my vet referral forms – download and print from here
  • Classic Physiotherapy Vet Referral Form OR
  • vet referral form PDF format for printing
  • and then fax, email or post one of the completed forms
  • or give the form to the client to give to the physio at first appointment
  • or they can email their consent from their practice email along with relevant history for the animal.

 Insurance: Most pet insurers cover physiotherapy treatment undertaken by an ACPAT Veterinary Physiotherapist. You should check with your insurance company directly prior to starting treatment to ensure that the costs will be met. You will pay the physiotherapist at each session, she will issue you with a receipt which you can keep to send along with a claim form to your pet insurance company. Some insurance companies require the physiotherapist to fill in the back of / vet part of the form and some still prefer the vet to complete this section so please check with your insurance company their preference else it could delay them paying you back your physiotherapy costs. Please note come companies have limits on cost and/or the number of treatments of physiotherapy they will refund you for, so please check the small print or directly with your insurance company.

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