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Stacie Whitrod MVetPhys, EEBW, MNAVP, MRAMP

Stacie Whitrod qualified as a veterinary physiotherapist in 2019, graduating with a Masters degree at distinction level from Writtle University College. Additionally, Stacie is a qualified Equinology equine bodyworker (EEBW) and also holds a certificate in equine kinesiology taping (RockTape).


Stacie is fully insured and a member of RAMP (Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners), ensuring the highest standards of service and professional code of conduct. To keep up to date with the latest research and expand her breadth of knowledge and skills, Stacie regularly attends CPD, lectures and conferences. 

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Having owned horses and dogs from an early age, Stacie has always been interested in how their quality of life and performance can be improved. Stacie has experience from handling and breaking in youngsters to caring for and riding racehorses. Stacie has worked on a pre-training and point-to-point racing yard, providing her with valuable knowledge and experience of how a racehorse should perform and keeping them in top condition using physiotherapy. Stacie also worked at an equine rehabilitation facility, which involved providing physiotherapy and rehabilitation exercises to a variety of horses with a wide range of injuries.


Whilst at University Stacie gained experience working with pet dogs, police dogs and agility dogs, and was involved in their rehabilitation from injury including fractures, spinal conditions, muscle injuries, neurological conditions and even amputation. 

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  • iMSc Veterinary Physiotherapy: A four year degree including one year at Masters level (level 7), completed at Writtle University College.

  • Rocktape FMT Equine Kinesiology Taping: A one day course looking at the benefits and techniques for the horse and rider to improve functionality and comfort during the rehabilitation process

  • Member of Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP): Members must follow a strict code of conduct, comply with annual CPD requirements and have appropriate insurance.

Areas covered

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Stacie is based in both Hull and Grantham, operating primarily in the Yorskhire and Lincolnshire regions, but also covers parts of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland areas. 

If you are further afield please do contact Stacie as you may still be able to arrange a booking. 

Appointments within a 20 mile radius of HU12 0TJ or NG32 1BT will be at no extra cost, appointments over 20 miles away will incur additional charges, that will be negotiated at time of booking. 

Large group bookings at the same yard may not incur additional travel charges so please contact Stacie for further information!

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