RAMP Ensures our Registrants Maintain our Gold Standards.
Chiropractic, Osteopathy and Physiotherapy approaches to animal care are very popular with animal owners:
This Register only accepts people who meet the RAMP Standards.
Further details of these standards appear in the RAMP Foundation Document downloadable below.
Many training establishments offer courses in these approaches. In the past, this made it difficult to understand who provides what, and the quality of their work is hard to judge. That then led to confusion amongst animal owners and veterinary professionals.
The RAMP Register was therefore created to clarify the situation, by bringing together practitioners who work only within their scope of practice and have demonstrated a professional level of education and/or clinical experience. This offers peace of mind to everyone who approaches a RAMP registrant.
We are also working to standardise the levels of education provided by the training courses to make it easier for their graduates to join the RAMP Register you can find more details on our Education page.
Please note: As the animal owner, it remains your responsibility to check the credentials of a practitioner before they assess or treat your animal. RAMP cannot be held responsible for the actions of any registrant at work but will investigate any complaints made against them.
Because this is a voluntary register, you can be sure that all listed here have made the deliberate decision to demonstrate their commitment to the highest levels of quality in their treatment of your animal.
Through this website, you can:
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We are concerned to learn about any complaint you may have about either our Registrants or about RAMP itself. We provide clear information about our complaints procedures.
If you wish to file a complaint to RAMP, please complete and submit the form on our complaints guidance page and we will contact you within 7 days.