About Us

At Unity Veterinary Physiotherapy, we aim to deliver the highest quality of care to your animals. This is achieved by tailoring all of our treatment plans to your animals' condition/s, as well as working closely with your vets, to give them the best chances of recovery.

We are also registered with the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists who ensures that we adhere to sections 19 and 20 of the Veterinary Surgeons Act (1966) and exemptions order (2015), as well as carrying professional and public liability insurance, completing annual continued professional development (CPD) and practicing at all times within the regulations and standards of practice of the association. 

About me

Zoe McCall

BSc (Hons) Vet Phys MNAVP


I have wanted to work with animals since I was little and thought that becoming a veterinary surgeon was the only option. After finding out about veterinary physiotherapy in my second year of a veterinary science degree in Australia, I decided that this is what I wanted to pursue. With the help and encouragement of my family, they helped me to begin my veterinary physiotherapy degree at Harper Adams University in England. After studying hard for 4 years, I found that I wanted to continue my journey in England, and use my skills to treat as many dogs and cats (and any other small animals) as I can.

I am currently working part-time at STAR Veterinary Clinic in Swadlincote where I am further developing my skills. I have also completed my CAMadvocate Level 1 in canine osteoarthritis management.

Girl with white boxer dog