MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy:
two years part time post-graduate study at The Royal Veterinary College, London.

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy:three years under-graduate study at The University of Salford.

Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP):adhering to regulations and standards of practice. www.csp.org.uk

Health Professions Council registered:a regulatory body to help protect the public. Members have to meet standards for training, professional skills, behaviour and health. For more information visit www.hpc-uk.org

ACPAT Category A member:The association of chartered physiotherapists in Animal therapy is a clinical interest group of the CSP. Members of this group have to be fully qualified chartered physiotherapists that have taken part in further training on animals. Members only work under veterinary referral and have their own professional and public indemnity insurance. For further information visit www.acpat.org

AACP MemberThe Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists [AACP] is a Clinical Interest Group [CIG] of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy [CSP]. Its principal aim is the integration of Acupuncture into Physiotherapy Practice for the treatment of pain and systemic illness. For further information visit www.aacp.org.uk

Felicity Begley MSc MCSP HPC ACPAT (A)

Animals have always been the centre of Felicity’s life, growing up on a farm in Lancashire and owning several horses, dogs and cats. Felicity learned to ride through the Pony Club and competed in all equine disciplines. The main equine discipline she competed in during her teens and university career was polocrosse, and she represented the UK v USA in 1999. Felicity was the human physiotherapist for the UK Polocrosse Squads in 2005 and vet physio for the 2011 Polocrosse World Cup.

( Felicity playing Polocrosse on William in her younger years!



Felicity gained her BSc Honours Degree in 2005 at the University of Salford. Since then she has worked in Lincolnshire for the NHS as a physiotherapist specialising in musculoskeletal problems and sports injuries as well as teaching Pilates. Felicity’s passion was always to work with animals and in 2009 she completed an MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy at The Royal Veterinary College, London.

Currently Felicity maintains her post as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist for Lincolnshire Community Health Services on a part time basis, however her main focus is treating animals.


You can contact Felicity directly on 07793 244420 or email fbegley@toplinevetphysio.co.uk, alternatively you can use the online contact form.

Qualifications of Topline Vet Physio Felicity Begley



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