hydrotherapist


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hydrotherapist

(hī″drō-thĕr′ă-pĭst)
One who specializes in hydrotherapy.
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It's a scandal that they say they can't afford to pay pounds 20,000 for a trained hydrotherapist yet the suite itself cost pounds 300,000.
Four Paws Hydrotherapy Rehab Centre in Whitehouse Farm is a purpose-designed, state-of-the-art rehabilitation centre for canines, with a veterinary nurse and hydrotherapist.
Angela Halls, a pet hydrotherapist from Aqua Dogs in Cardiff, said owners would prefer to get advice from a vet or an animal charity, than the Government.
Hydrotherapist Sue Hawkins said: "I knew we would get Meg walking again, I was positive about it.
Dogs are referred to us by vets from all over Wales,' says hydrotherapist Barbara Cooper.
Canine hydrotherapist Sue Hawkins, who runs the Hawksmoor Hydrotherapy Referral and Training Centre near Nuneaton, is a leading light in this field.
And it is estimated she spent pounds 8,580 visiting hydrotherapist Chrissie Fitzgerald for fortnightly colonic irrigation.
A survey by Police Review magazine also uncovered officers working as a dog hydrotherapist, grave restorer, reiki master, falconer, hypnotist and lingerie seller.
I did my training in hydrotherapy for small animals in September in Suffolk and I am registered with the National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists, but it took me quite a while to find suitable premises.
One physical therapist (PT) experienced for aquatic therapy and two hydrotherapists who helped patients with aquatic exercise in the pool conducted aquatic exercise intervention sessions.