Animal physiotherapy is a specialist branch of animal medicine and rehabilitation that specializes in animal therapy for people with chronic pain, arthritis, cancer, trauma, and other health conditions.
The company has been in business since the mid-1990s, and is the third-largest provider of animal physiotherapies in Australia, according to the Australian Institute of Veterinary Medicine.
It also offers advanced animal therapy treatments, including surgery, surgery-assisted rehabilitation and advanced medicine and surgical treatment.
It has expanded its network of animal rehabilitation facilities to include a number of different facilities in Melbourne.
It operates a full range of veterinary care facilities including vet and hospital veterinary clinics, as well as a number specialised training centres.
One of its most popular veterinary clinics in Melbourne is the VET Clinic, which offers extensive veterinary training, including an on-site pet clinic, as part of the company’s commitment to the welfare of animals.
The facility also offers a veterinary surgical clinic, a veterinary dental clinic, and a veterinary massage therapy clinic, with a veterinary technician at the centre who will also be available for consultation.
Elite physiotherapy is another animal physitherapy provider, offering advanced veterinary treatments, such as surgical surgery and orthopedic surgery, as a part of its treatment services.
Both facilities are located in the city of Melbourne and can be accessed by public transport, and have a combined service area of over 1,300 hectares.
The clinic has a number facilities, including the VECTRA clinic, which is a pet rehabilitation clinic, the VETS Clinic, a general veterinary clinic, an orthopedics clinic, acupuncture clinic, veterinary dental surgery, massage therapy and massage therapy, as they call it, as opposed to animal physi therapy.
In an exclusive interview with Financial Post, Bella Vista Physiotherapy president and CEO Dr Tessa Williams said the company had been growing steadily over the past year.
“We are now at the point where we have over 800 staff, and we have more staff coming on board,” she said.
She said the growth was driven by a number different factors, including new clientele, increased demand from the public, and the success of its online training courses, as it continues to expand its services.
Dr Williams said there was a lot of overlap between its veterinary clinics and its veterinary surgical clinics, with the latter being more focussed on the use of advanced technology and treatments.
Dr Williams said Bella had been in the business for 30 years, and had expanded its range of services, from its veterinary surgery to veterinary dental care.
I’m looking forward to seeing where the business goes from here.
Bella has an excellent relationship with the Victorian Government, she said, and its staff have a great reputation in the community.
Ms Williams said her company was growing, but was focused on growing its veterinary medical practice, which included a major expansion in recent years.
As well as providing veterinary treatment for dogs and cats, Bellan Vistas offers veterinary surgery and dental care, and also provides advanced veterinary therapy for horses and goats.
The animal physiologists also offer advanced medical treatment for livestock, including on-demand veterinary treatment, which was recently added to its clinical services.
Bellan also offers on-the-spot treatment for animals including poultry and eggs, as an alternative to expensive surgery.
Another of Bella’s veterinary clinics is the Victoria Animal Hospital, which has been providing veterinary surgery for over 25 years.
Ms Williams said it was a great opportunity for a company to expand.
We’ve had a very successful history in Victoria, she added.
Ms Williams is also looking forward with excitement to expanding Bella to new areas of the country.
She said Bellan was already planning a major rollout, including a major surgery and rehabilitation centre, which she said would attract up to 400 new clients a week.
Bella will continue to expand to other parts of Victoria as it looks to attract more new clients, including Melbourne.
When asked if there were any plans for expanding into Melbourne, Dr Williams told Financial Post that she was confident Bella would do well.
But, she noted, she was not yet sure where the company would go from here, and if the company ever needed to expand beyond Melbourne.