Eleanor Wilde grew up in Norfolk and has always loved animals. She has grown up surrounded by cats, dogs, horses and many other species. Eleanor attended Writtle University College and graduated with an Integrated Masters degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy in August 2018. Eleanor is now a fully qualified and insured Veterinary Physiotherapist who is registered with the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP). After graduating Eleanor moved down to Canvey Island, Essex and became self-employed covering the whole of Essex and surrounding areas.

Eleanor is particularly interested in small animal physiotherapy but also loves to treat horses when she gets the chance. She loves treating animals with chronic conditions, such as osteoarthritis, because it is very rewarding when you can physically see an improvement in the animals demeanour and movement.

Eleanor also owns a three legged cat, who has greatly benefited from physiotherapy to keep him mobile and happy. She also based her masters dissertation on massage effects on cats, so she always loves treating the occasional cat too!