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Stay on Track Vet Physiotherapy owned by Olga Simlo MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy, RAMP, Veterinary Physiotherapist, Canine Hydrotherapist and CAMadvocate Level 1 Certificate in Canine Arthritis Management

IMG 2834Stay on Track Vet Physiotherapy work on a freelance basis providing professional Vet Physio and Hydrotherapy services for small animals from the premises of Broadleys’s Veterinary Hospital. Additionally, mobile services are available. Please contact Stay on Track VP directly for details of mobile services

Olga originally trained and qualified in Ukraine, as a Veterinary Surgeon (BSc Honours), moving to the UK in 2003.

In 2017 Olga followed The Nottingham University MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy course and in 2020 Canine ABC level 3 Hydrotherapy course and now specialises in treating patients with orthopaedic disorders, neurological conditions, and osteoarthritis as a Veterinary Physiotherapist and as a Canine Hydrotherapy practitioner. 

Stay on Track follow a comprehensive approach to ensure positive outcomes for our clients, focusing on assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation. We work collaboratively alongside your Veterinary Surgeon to ensure a tailored plan is developed for each patient.

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  • Companion Animal Health Class 4 Laser treatment
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy
  • Class 3B Laser
  • Therapeutic Ultrasound Treatment
  • Weight loss clinic
  • Agility checks
  • Proprioceptive rehabilitation
  • Manual therapy
  • Rehabilitation exercise
  • Positive behaviour solutions

We work with:

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  • Older and younger patients with stiffness and osteoarthritis (by improving their quality of life and mobility and reducing pain)
  • Animals that have recently had orthopaedic surgery eg. TPLO, patella luxation (we can start almost help immediately after surgery with wound healing, prevent inflammation and stiffness, reduce pain, and provide an exercise program for your pet while they are standing or lying down)
  • Neurological conditions eg. intervertebral disc disease, degenerative myopathies, lumbosacral disease
  • Agility, working and show dogs (with laser treatment, soft tissues manipulations to loosen up the area then give you exercises to strengthen that part).
  • Animals with development problems (growth deformities) such as hip or elbow dysplasia or others (designing specially targeted exercises to facilitate muscle building and balance to take the stress off the joints and give these animals a more pain free life)
  • Musculoskeletal injuries eg. muscle and soft tissue trauma: strain, sprain; cuts, skin conditions

If you are a vet who would like to refer a pet to Stay on Track Vet Physiotherapy, please send the pet’s clinical history, including any relevant radiographs, and the reason for referral to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Our reception team will contact the owner directly to make an appointment.