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About me


Professional, reliable and effective physiotherapy for you, your dogs and your horses. 

Hunts Hill Physio was established in 2014 and is run by Maxine Cooch. Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), the Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC), the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT), and on the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP) 

Here at Hunts Hill Physio we pride ourselves on putting your animals first. We aim to provide a personal and professional service and strive for excellence. We are continually looking for ways to improve, using the latest evidence based research and technology within the industry to facilitate the highest possible care. 

  • BSc (hons)  Physiotherapy
    University of Brighton  


  • MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy  University of West England


  • The MSc programs available through ACPAT have been through the strictest accreditation process by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and ensure the highest credential available in the veterinary physiotherapy and equine physiotherapy world.

  • ACPAT members are also members of the chartered society of physiotherapy (CSP) and  must undergo continued professional development throughout their careers. For more information please visit the CSP and ACPAT websites.


At the age of 16 my mare suffered from a hind limb suspensory injury. I was deeply involved in her rehabilitation and discovered a true passion. From there I researched ways to become a veterinary physiotherapist and chose to first qualify as a human physiotherapist. As a result I have retained my passion for excellence in physiotherapy and rehabilitation. 

"I understand the challenges that you may face with your animals when trying to overcome injury. I have rehabilitated my own horse from several tendon injuries and I know how frustrating it can be, sometimes you feel you take one step forward and two steps back . But with my help you can achieve your goals and get back in the saddle in no time at all" 


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