Lindsay Kirton Chartered Physiotherapy is owned and run by Lindsay Kirton.

After qualifying as a human physiotherapist at Bradford University. I went on to train at University of the West of England (Hartpury College) where I completed my course to be a veterinary physiotherapist.

Being a horse and dog owner myself I was keen to become a veterinary physiotherapist as soon as I could. I have always found being around animals helps me to relax and I hope in turn I can help them also.

I am a qualified Charted Physiotherapist and a member of the Chartered society of Physiotherapy (CSP). I am registered with the Heath Care Professional Council (HCPC), The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) where I am a CAT A member. I have also extended my training into the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) and completed my MWL1 with the plan to complete my other levels within the next 2 years.

I provided a mobile service to Leeds, Bradford, and across Yorkshire and surrounding areas.

About Chartered Physiotherapy and Veterinary Physiotherapy

This is an established healthcare profession concerned with maximising movement and function, using an applied knowledge of physiology, anatomy and biomechanics. Chartered Physiotherapy use non-invasive techniques to restore and maintain health and movement.

Veterinary Physiotherapy work alongside vets to promote and manage a range of conditions for a number of animals; ranging from dogs and cats to horses and cattle. Which ever 4-legged friend you have, and from whichever discipline you take part in, it is important to have evenly developed muscle structure to support them in their work.

I also treat horse riders to aid in their own performance therefore working towards better horse and rider connection when under saddle.

We treat from competition to that much loved family pet (and then some).