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Maxine Cooch, Veterinary Physiotherapist at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital
Maxine Cooch, Veterinary Physiotherapist at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital

Maxine Cooch

  • BSc(hons) MCSP MSc ACPAT (A) RAMP

Maxine qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist form the University of Brighton in 2009. After taking some time out to complete a ski season she achieved her first job as a junior physiotherapist at  the University Hospital of Leicester, where she enjoyed completing all her core rotations in neurology, musculoskeletal, elderly rehab, respiratory and cardiac physiotherapy.

In 2012 Maxine continued to pursue her lifelong dream to become a veterinary physiotherapist by completing a PgDip from the University of West England (Hartpury College) , before going on to complete an MSc project, which she is hoping to get published next year.

Maxine joined Dovecote Veterinary Hospital in 2014, where she treats both in patient and outpatient animals to help with recovery post neurological or orthopaedic trauma.

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Clients have said
  • We would like to thank everyone at Dovecote for their help and support, especially Shirley who was always available when needed.

  • Thank you so much for looking after our precious little Holly, and for looking after us too!’

  • ‘For the thoroughness, efficiency and care with which you treated our little Poppett’

  • ‘Just wanted to say a big thank you for looking after Sally over the past 8 months. For Andrew’s surgery, Alison’s acupuncture and the reception staffs’ welcome we feel we’ve been really well looked after and everything has gone smoothly.’

  • ‘Jed is so well cared for at Dovecote and all his aunties on reception give him so much love.’

  • To all the wonderful staff who managed to fix my wonderful, wappy dog!’

  • ‘Thank you all for looking after Bailey and taking such good care of him.’

  • ‘We truly can’t thank you enough for all your kind care for Darcie’

  • ‘a BIG thank you to you all for getting Jasper back on his feet’.

  • ‘Bruce and all the team, we just want to say thank you so much for all the love and care over the years’