Our four-legged friends are an integral part of our family, and so when their health is compromised, it can be devastating. At REC Veterinary Physiotherapy, we know how upsetting it can be to see them suffer, and how important it is to get them back on their feet.
REC Veterinary Physiotherapy strives to provide the best possible care for your pet. We provide bespoke rehabilitation plans that are tailored specifically to your pet’s needs that include a wide range of treatments, such as manual therapies, electrotherapies and exercises for you to complete at home. We know it can be challenging, which is why we promise to always be at the end of the phone to give you the help and guidance to succeed.
By law, REC Veterinary Physiotherapy requires permission from your vet before any treatment can begin. This can be done by talking to your vet and downloading our referral form, or get in touch and we can talk to your vet for you!
Meet the Team
Tara Masson BSc (Hons) VetPhys, MIRVAP (VP), AHPR Registered.
My name is Tara Masson and I am the founder and physiotherapist at REC Veterinary Physiotherapy. I am a member of the Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP) and I am registered on the Animal Health Professions’ Register (AHPR) under the Veterinary Physiotherapy sub-group.
Growing up on our family farm on the Isle of Man, I have always been interested in animal health and welfare, and through multiple placements, this quickly developed into a passion for rehabilitation and therapy.
I graduated from Harper Adams University with a BSc (Honours) degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2018, and after moving to North Wales with my partner, I set up REC Veterinary Physiotherapy to help injured and at-risk animals across North Wales, West Cheshire, North Shropshire and the Isle of Man. In 2019, REC Mascot Comet joined our family, and REC has continued to grow from strength to strength!
Find out more about how REC Veterinary Physiotherapy can help your pet here.