ABOUT ME
CHARLIE QUINN MSc mNAVP

 

With a life long passion for animals, I have worked within the animal industry for over 20 years including at veterinary practices and event yards. I am a BHS Stage 3 coach in complete horsemanship and can be found on the register of Accredited Professional Coaches.  I am proud to support each of my clients and love to see them progress in their chosen field and achieve their goals.

 

Having a long association with family dogs I am currently looking to expand my training knowledge and take up agility with new family member, miniature schnauzer Rosie.


I have ridden at British Eventing Novice level on home produced horse Kaiser, despite him having undertaken a lengthy rehabilitation programme following serious pelvic injuries; proving that physiotherapy in conjunction with veterinary advice really does work. I also have experience in Dressage, Show jumping and Showing having competed at County level. 

It was thanks to Kaiser that I finally took the decision to embark on an MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy and I am now a proud member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapy, RAMP (Register of Musculoskeletal Practitioners) and AHPR (Animal Health Professions Register). I attend regular training events to ensure that my knowledge and skills stay up to date with the latest research.

More details can be found about the work of each organisation by clicking on their logo below.

Kaiser (taking a long one!) at a BE Novice event in 2014 following a dedicated rehabilitation plan to recover from pelvic fractures and associated injuries in 2010.