Dani Paizis MSc MMAA McTimoney Canine Chiropractor
In 1998 Dani gained her undergraduate degree in Equine Science from Bishop Burton College, working as a lecturer and riding instructor for many years. In 2008 Dani qualified with a Master’s Degree in McTimoney Animal Chiropractic from the McTimoney Chiropractic College. Dani ran a mixed practice for the first 8 years of her career, concentrating her work equally on horses and dogs.
In 2011 Dani forged a new path by setting up her own animal therapies clinic based in her hometown of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, the first of its kind in the North of England. The clinic proved so successful that in 2013 Dani won a National Business Award for young business owners. In 2016 Dani decided to change the direction of her practice to specialise in canine physical therapy and rehabilitation, with new purpose-built premises opening in 2017.
Dani is an advocate of raw feeding, she has a passion for whole dog wellness, geriatric and arthritis management and canine fitness, as well as special interests in the canine foot and obesity management. Dani practices a multimodal approach to physical therapy and is as comfortable treating a wriggly 9 week old puppy, or a team of mushing huskies as she is being part of the palliative care team of the aged dog.
Dani lives in Harrogate with her husband and two daughters. They share their home with a very small dog and a very large dog, a slightly arthritic cat and a tortoise named Jack Flash. In her spare time Dani loves to cook, garden and spend time with her friends and family, but most of all she loves to be in the fresh air exploring with her two dogs Gracie and Benji.
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