img_7770Gregg’s love for animals came from an early age, being brought up around both dogs and horses. Throughout his life he has always been surrounded by dogs, from Border Collies to Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. ‘Bliss’ is the newest addition, a Working Cocker Puppy that Gregg is currently training in agility. He was also brought up around horses, sitting on his first horse only a few months old, leading to his love for them and going through the age groups participating in gymkhanas and one day events over the forthcoming years.

img_7763Always being very sporty and interested in health and fitness, Gregg attended the University of Huddersfield gaining his BSc in Physiotherapy in 2007, going on to practice within the NHS in various roles and locations over the following 10 years. His underlying love for animals however led him to study Veterinary Physiotherapy as a post-graduate student at the University of Liverpool and internationally renowned Leahurst Veterinary campus.

Gregg completed his PgDip in Veterinary Physiotherapy and is proud to be a member of ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapist in Animal Therapy), the only Veterinary Physiotherapy body endorsed by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).  Gregg is now the director of Acum Canine & Equine Veterinary Physiotherapy (ACE Vet Physio), using his years of Physiotherapy experience and post-graduate veterinary qualifications to treat all types of animals with various conditions.