Coronavirus / Corvid-19 Notice

In-line with government advise our practice is temporarily closed.

We will continue to liaise with our governing bodies on how best we can provide ongoing management and continue to address our patients welfare. We would like to assure clients that you can still reach us by email, messenger or on the clinic number 01639 643188 at any time.
We will also look to offer phone and video consultations to clients, to allow us to continue to advise on our patients care.

We will also put on our page over the coming weeks some videos to demonstrate ways of exercising your dogs safely whilst restricted. Ideas for garden games, safe exercise, massage, stretches and way to improve mobility. We hope you’ll find this helpful and will welcome your comments, questions and suggestions.

If anyone needs our dog food, YuMove or any products from the dispensary (worm / flea treatment etc.) let us know and we’ll arrange collection or delivery.

We are so sorry to not be able to see many of you before this closure but please do get in touch if you have any concerns.We hope to see many of you again as soon as we are able to.

We are the only fully inclusive Animal Physiotherapy Centre in South, Mid and West Wales owned and operated by a fully qualified IAAT registered Veterinary Physiotherapist. We are a family run business with a love of animals that extends across work, home and leisure. We have (currently) ten dogs of our own; some rescue, some home bred along with horses, cats and goats.

We work and show our own home bred working Labradors and Large Munsterlander and show our Hunters at a national level. We are very proud to be showing at both Crufts and The Horse of the Year Show which is testament, we feel, to the commitment we have to the health, fitness and well-being of our animals.

Veterinary Physiotherapist Ceri Simpson graduated from Aberystwyth University with a degree in Equine Science and gained her post graduate qualification in Animal Physiotherapy in 2014. She holds BHS qualifications to stage 3, was an Equine Tutor for Coleg Gwent for several years and worked in veterinary practice for more than ten years before setting up her own Veterinary Physiotherapy Practice. She also spent a gap year working for the RSPCA (Llys Nini Swansea) and continues to support both Llys Nini and Nico’s Legacy (formerly Welsh Poundies).

CSAnimal Hydro & Physiotherapy is located at Banwen Farm, Neath, alongside CSEquestrian – our established equestrian centre and livery yard. Situated between Neath and Swansea, we provide physiotherapy services for horses, cats, dogs and other animals at the Farm. Our large heated canine hydrotherapy pool is in the perfect environment for peaceful, stress free therapy sessions whilst our fully equipped canine gymnasium in nearby Llansamlet provides the ideal location for land based physiotherapy and fitness programmes.

Physiotherapy for horses is provided either via home/yard visits or at our purpose built therapy stables.

We have close working links with general and equine veterinary practices in the area and have more than 30 Veterinary Practices referring to us.