Animal Therapy Magazine & AOI join forces 🌟
As you will read below, Animal Therapy Magazine (ATM) has quickly become the go-to publication in the UK for professionals, owners and associations to share ideas and information, and it is for this reason that Animal Osteopathy International has partnered together with them, to collectively aid the advancement of shared knowledge.
We hope that many of our students, graduates and lecturers will utilise this amazing opportunity to share their clinical experiences and knowledge with others; be that through case studies or academic articles. We look forward to reading your work.
Exciting times ahead!!
About Animal Therapy Magazine
Animal Therapy Magazine was created by professionals working in the field of animal therapy. There was a general feeling that the industry lacked an open publication where professionals and owners could learn, companies could share their research and development and associations could keep everyone abreast of progress.
The magazine was born in the Summer of 2015 and since then we have seen fantastic growth month on month. The word is spreading worldwide with ever increasing interest from like-minded professionals, competitors and passionate owners who want to keep their animals happy, healthy and comfortable whether that be through therapy, technology or nutrition.
Animal Therapy Magazine is published quarterly, and was distributed via hard copy prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, but we have since made the decision to make it an entirely online publication with vast archives of previous articles. Our last issue reached over 12000 readers and we are confident this will continue to increase.
We hope you enjoy reading Animal Therapy Magazine. If you would like to contribute, please contact one of the team. Details below…
Contacts within Animal Therapy Magazine
“We are very proud to be media partners with Animal Osteopathy International, Centaur Biomechanics, CAM4 Animals, as well as The London Vet Show and The Vet Festival, both fantastic conferences that we highly recommend professionals attend”. Animal Therapy Magazine 2020