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JF-Vet Physio has evolved from it’s modest foundation in 2011 into the veterinary physiotherapy practice you see today.  Developing a practice format has been a strong vision of JF-Vet Physio where we take great pride in the hard work it has taken to see it develop to this stage.    
Each member of our team is dedicated to offering the level of care, attention and empathy to your animal as we would our own.  Take a moment to meet the team:

Jayne Faulkner

Jayne graduated with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Zoology from the University of Glasgow in 2009. She then continued her postgraduate studies to obtain her professional qualification, an Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy, through the Canine and Equine Physiotherapy Training Group (CEPT) based at the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science.

After graduating this 2 year postgraduate course with merit, Jayne set up JF – Vet Physio and has been practicing as a veterinary physiotherapist since July 2011.  From 2016-2021, Jayne joined the team at Broadleys Veterinary Hospital as their first ever on-site physiotherapist where she developed their small animal physiotherapy & hydrotherapy services.  Jayne now dedicates her full time to her own practice and clients at JF – Vet Physio.

Jayne is a member of the governing body: the Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP).  IRVAP supports Jayne as a professional in the animal health industry in her provision of best practice care towards her clients.

Jayne continues to further her qualification with her recent recognition in 2023 as an accredited Equine INDIBA Practitioner.  

Jayne is also regulated by the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP) for her physiotherapy work.  This register acts as a ‘go-to’ list, for both vets and owners to consult, to obtain information on qualified and approved practitioners in their area.  RAMP’s aim is provide a list of practitioners you can be confident in appointing for the care of your animal knowing they meet the regulatory body’s stringent ‘Gold Standard’ criteria.  

Susan Fotheringham


Susan joined the JF-Vet Physio team in 2022 she where she works part time as a Veterinary Physiotherapist treating dogs from all walks of life, from beloved family pets, obedience and agility athletes to working dogs, and she loves being able to combine her love of working with both people and animals.

Susan qualified from the University of Dundee in 2005 with a 2:1 BSc (Hons) in Sports Biomedicine, she then went on to qualify with an MSc in Rehabilitation Science (Pre-registration Physiotherapy) in 2010 from Glasgow Caledonian University.  She has worked in private practice since 2012 working alongside athletes at the Scottish Institute of Sport and travelling with the Scottish volleyball team and working with local rugby and football teams.

Susan then went on to qualify as a Veterinary Physiotherapist and holds an Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy qualification which she gained through post graduate study at Nottingham University in 2018. 

Susan is a member of the Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP) association which supports Susan as a professional in the animal health industry in her provision of best practice care towards her clients.

Kim Morrison

Manual Therapist & INDIBA Technician

Kim Morrison BSc

Kim recently joined the team in 2023 as a manual therapist and INDIBA Technician after completing her Advanced Equine INDIBA Training.  She studied a BSc in Sports therapy and Rehabilitation in 2019 at University of the Highland and Island at the Perth college campus. She then continued her training to obtain her Animal Manual Therapy qualification in 2021 and is currently on track for graduating with a BSc(Hons) in Veterinary Physiotherapy through the Royal Agricultural university based at Plumpton College in 2023.  She has a passion for dressage which with her horse, Sid enjoy competing in their spare time.