Lynsey grew up on a farm in Co. Wexford, Ireland. Spending her youth helping her Dad with the animals, especially during the lambing season in the winters Lynsey knew she wanted to work with animals. Having always had dogs on the yard, both sheepdogs and gun dogs, Lynsey always enjoyed being in their company and playing with them.
After completing her Leaving Certificate, Lynsey went on to complete her Bachelors degree in Zoology receiving a 2:1 Honours BSc in Zoology from UCD in 2017.
After travelling to England during her final year at UCD to an open day at Writtle University College, Lynsey quickly realized that this was the course that she had to do. She put forward her application to the MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy which would take 3 years to complete for which she was successful. Lynsey then travelled back and forth to England for her first year for lectures and exams. In her second year, the clinical year, Lynsey moved to England during which she was able to spend all of her spare time studying and immersing herself in her course with minimal distractions.
Lynsey carried out a research dissertation in her final year, on the effects of different types of harnesses on the biomechanics of canines forelimbs as they move. In July 2020, she completed this and now holds a Masters qualification in Veterinary Physiotherapy and is working hard on building her successful business.
Who are we?
Vetannery Physiotherapy is dedicated to restoring your pets full range of movement so they can lead a long and healthy life.
Here at Vetannery Physiotherapy, we use a range of the most up to date techniques from massage and stretching to electrotherapeutic agents such as photobiomodulation, TENS, NMES, Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy (PEMFT) and thermotherapy to relieve pain and to restore movement.
Whether you've just got an old pooch who needs a helping hand, or your pet has been injured, Vetannery Physiotherapy will help you in conservatively managing a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.