Animal  Therapy Magazine
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Animal  Therapy Magazine
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Animal Therapy Magazine

Animal Therapy Magazine is one of a kind. The publication's sole aim is to inform professionals and owners of current and pioneering treatments and techniques.
Featuring interviews with top professionals in the field, real life case studies and up-to-date news and reviews, Animal Therapy Magazine is a must have for anyone involved with animals; whether that is in a professional capacity, pet owner or both.
  • Quarterly publication
  • Circulated nationwide
  • Online version
  • Targeted audience and distribution
  • Product reviews
  • Case studies
  • Professional profiles
  • Interviews
  • Course and CPD information

Editorials written by highly regarded industry professionals.


You can view our magazine either digitally or hard copy.
The digital version is free, all you have to do is subscribe and you will receive the link via email within 3 working days. Please make sure you check your junk folder. Whilst we have done everything we can to ensure this doesn't happen, some email providers make it quite tricky to avoid!
If you would prefer a hard copy please subscribe via the PayPal options. We are delighted to be able to offer people inside and outside of the UK the opportunity to receive the magazine, so please choose the relevant option. The magazine will be posted within 3 working days.

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For any questions about the magazine or to submit articles please contact :-
Hannah@animaltherapymedia.co.uk or Georgia@animaltherapymedia.co.uk
For advertising and distribution please contact Beth at info@animaltherapymedia.co.uk
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Animal therapy magazine has been created by professionals within the animal therapy industry, who all have stories to tell. We pride ourselves in the businesses we have created, either in physiotherapy, chiropractic, osteopathy, hydrotherapy, acupuncture, massage therapy and rehabilitation, and are passionate in sharing our work and findings to owners and competitors so they too can benefit from our findings. Animals tell us so much, if we are prepared to listen, and there is a variety of methods out there to help us work in harmony with our animals achieving results beyond expectations.

The aim of this publication is to provide a platform for animal therapy experts to discuss and demonstrate their theories and products and give owners and competitors the right information to restore health and mobility in their animals. We are a quarterly magazine, giving our writers and advertisers the benefit of 3 months of exposure, and being a 'pick up, put down' product there is every reason to expect each copy we produce will be read multiple times. With exceptional content including case studies, product reviews, professional profiles and interviews, the magazine will not only appeal to individuals interested in animal therapy and welfare, it will provide an interesting read for any animal lover.

Where to find us : Alongside our on line and social media presence, our magazine can be found in veterinary practices, hydrotherapy clinics, groomers, pet shops, feed merchants and universities and colleges providing relevant courses.

 

 

 

So far our magazine has been viewed in :-
United-Kingdom United-Kingdom
Canada Canada
United-States United-States
Argentina Argentina
Finland Finland
Malaysia Malaysia
Australia Australia
Hong-Kong Hong-Kong
New-Zealand New-Zealand
South-Africa South-Africa
Japan Japan
India India
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
Italy Italy
Spain Spain
Portugal Portugal
Luxembourg Luxembourg
Netherlands Netherlands
Ireland Ireland
Animal therapy magazine has been created by professionals within the animal therapy industry, who all have stories to tell. We pride ourselves in the businesses we have created, either in physiotherapy, chiropractic, osteopathy, hydrotherapy, acupuncture, massage therapy and rehabilitation, and are passionate in sharing our work and findings to owners and competitors so they too can benefit from our findings. Animals tell us so much, if we are prepared to listen, and there is a variety of methods out there to help us work in harmony with our animals achieving results beyond expectations.
The aim of this publication is to provide a platform for animal therapy experts to discuss and demonstrate their theories and products and give owners and competitors the right information to restore health and mobility in their animals. We are a quarterly magazine, giving our writers and advertisers the benefit of 3 months of exposure, and being a 'pick up, put down' product there is every reason to expect each copy we produce will be read multiple times. With exceptional content including case studies, product reviews, professional profiles and interviews, the magazine will not only appeal to individuals interested in animal therapy and welfare, it will provide an interesting read for any animal lover.
Where to find us : Alongside our on line and social media presence, our magazine can be found in veterinary practices, hydrotherapy clinics, groomers, pet shops, feed merchants and universities and colleges providing relevant courses.
our treatments include :-
Animal therapy, Animal therapists
Animal Physiotherapy, Veterinary Physiotherapy, Equine Physiotherapy, Canine Physiotherapy
Chiropractic, McTimony Chiropractic, Veterinary Chiropractic, Equine Chiropractic, Canine Chiropractic
Animal Manipulation
Osteopathy, Animal Osteopathy, Equine Osteopathy, Canine Osteopathy
Canine Hydrotherapy, Equine Hydrotherapy
Equine Rehabilitation
Canine Rehabilitation
Arthritis
Myositis, polymyositis
Canine Massage Therapy
Equine Massage Therapy
Laser therapy
Ultrasound therapy
Electrotherapy
Soft tissue
Equine Exercise therapy
Equine training
Canine training
Canine exercise therapy
Muscle spasm
Joint inflammation in dogs
Joint inflammation in horses