Rhiannon Hope

Rhiannon graduated from Harper Adams University in 2023, having completed a placement year at university she has previously worked at a small animal practice with physiotherapy and hydrotherapy facilities based in Lancashire and an equine rehabilitation yard working with youngsters and performance horses based in Hertfordshire. Upon graduating, she joined the team at Willows in 2023 working as a Rehabilitation Assistant before progressing to Veterinary Physiotherapist in 2024.

Rhiannon is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP), and has a special clinical interest in the rehabilitation of conservative neurological cases. She is also interested in the use of laser therapy in practice after completing her university dissertation investigating the use of different classes of laser to treat myofascial trigger points. Rhiannon feels passionate about advocating for chronic pain awareness and treatment in senior pets and enjoys educating owners in ways to help their own pets in the golden oldie years of their life.

Outside of work, Rhiannon enjoys traveling, having spent her gap year volunteering in multiple animal welfare & conservation projects across South East Asia. She also is a keen polo player, but most of all enjoys going on adventures with her (very) senior dog, Poppy the Dalmatian who is always up to no good!