Gorgia Lisi, Bsc (Hons), Adv Cert Vet Phys, MIRVAP, RAMP, Clin Ed
Veterinary Physiotherapist

Gorgia Lisi, Veterinary Physiotherapist, Oxfordshire
The Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal PhysiotherapistsRegister of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners

Animals have been a big part of Gorgia's life since pre-school, especially horses, dogs and cats. Her long term interest, not just in riding and training horses for sport but also in their welfare, led her to investigate opportunities for a caring role in animal welfare and furthering her studies from the pure veterinary care. She now knows she has found her niche within the world of veterinary physiotherapists.

As a veterinary physiotherapist, Gorgia works as part of a team of specialists to ensure your animal is working at their peak performance and getting the best out of life. This can include working alongside others such as a veterinary physiotherapist, trainer, owner, rider, farrier, saddler, dentist and veterinary surgeon with whom it is of great importance to maintain a good relationship to maximise the benefits for your animal.

Throughout Gorgia's years in education she has competed in a range of equestrian disciplines, although she has now decided to concentrate her competitive riding on showjumping and is out competing her main competition horse, Acapella, in BSJA competitions on a weekly basis.

As a veterinary physiotherapist, Gorgia offers physiotherapy assessments and treatments to clients throughout Oxfordshire and the surrounding area and specialises in equine and canine rehabilitation and maintenance care.


Chelsie Horne

Chelsie Horne

Chelsie has a love and passion for horses and dogs and completed a degree in Equine Entrepreneurship & Business Management in 2018. She is currently studying for her BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Physiotherapy, at the Berkshire College of Agriculture.

Having had horses from an early age, Chelsie’s passion for Dressage was evident from the beginning, and she began to climb the levels with her horses. Whilst her next Dressage horse is developing, she currently has a Connemara who she has produced on the flat and is beginning to jump again. Chelsie’s passion and dedication to the world of animal welfare has led her to the industry of Veterinary Physiotherapy and her dedication and drive endeavours to keep her on the path to success.


Annie Lewis
Marketing & Social Media Representative

Annie Lewis

Annie is responsible for organising the social media posts across the various channels for Deluxe Vet Physio and email newsletters as well as providing updates to the website for events and the blog.

Annie is happiest when she is jumping out of a plane, climbing a mountain, walking on a beach and spending time with her family gardening, tending her allotment and cooking tasty vegan dishes.

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