For Vets

This Register offers vets the reassurance they need to safely refer to, and/or work closely with registered musculoskeletal practitioners.

For Practitioners

This Register clarifies the standard of professionalism of musculoskeletal care given to animals. Demonstrate your commitment to working at the highest possible standard.

For Students

RAMP believes that MSK practitioners should be trained to the highest possible standards. Click here to find out more about our recognised and accredited course criteria.

Welcome to RAMP

The Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners

RAMP is a voluntary register of professionals who have signed up to take responsibility to attain and maintain gold standards of practice in animal musculoskeletal treatment.

Professionals trained in Chiropractic, Osteopathic and Physiotherapy techniques are regarded here as one occupation - i.e. animal musculoskeletal practitioners.

The register is designed to help veterinary surgeons and animal owners choose competent professionals providing Chiropractic, Osteopathic and Physiotherapy techniques for the treatment of their animals.

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for pet owners

All animals should get the best treatment possible. All treatment should be legal, and chosen with fully informed consent.

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for education

RAMP believes that anyone who treats animals should be trained to the highest possible standards. It has a robust system of testing in place to ensure that courses it recognises and accredits provide those high standards.

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FAQs

Here you will find the answers to many of our most commonly asked questions.

Meet your Council

RAMP is led by senior practitioners from the Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Chiropractic fraternity, plus two Veterinary Surgeons and one lay person.

All have experience in working at national committee level.

All are highly committed to RAMP and its vision for the highest quality of care for animals around the UK.

All work voluntarily for the benefit of animal owners, animal welfare and the professions.

Latest News

Posted: 27.11.2020

Clarification on Practice for MSK Practitioners

This guidance clarifies the law when owners wish a MSK Practitioner to assess their animal and when a Vet refers an animal to a MSK Practitioner. T...

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Posted: 03.11.2020

Working within Government Guidelines

Following Government guidelines we move back into a lockdown in England and restrictions within other parts of the country. We expect that many practi...

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Posted: 06.10.2020

Interested in joining the RAMP Council?

The RAMP Council consists of three representatives from each of the Professions ie Chiropractic, Osteopathy and Physiotherapy, one small animal and on...

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