Staff profile

Phillip  Adams

Phillip Adams

Role

Lecturer in Veterinary Physiotherapy

Biography

I have worked in many equine disciplines including showjumping, dressage and eventing where I became interested in the horses way of going, it's structure, the effect of the rider and how each discipline affects the horses physiology. As a mature student, I returned to education after many years working as an operations manager in a large communications company where I was responsible for a team of people as well as meeting company objectives. Previously to this, I worked as a yard manager and federal rider in Florence Italy after spending two years at the Yorkshire Riding Centre under Jane and Christopher Bartle. I completed an Equine Science degree at Harper Adams University whilst working at the equine unit at Reaseheath College. I started at Writtle in September 2015 where I am currently course manager for the Integrated Masters in Veterinary Physiotherapy and BSc Animal Therapy whilst completing my MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy.

Qualifications

BSc(Hons) Equine Science
Diploma in Education and Training
BHSAI

Subject Areas

Exercise Physiology for Veterinary Physiotherapists
Anatomy and Physiology
Equine and Canine Therapy
Principles of Animal Management

Research

Canine and Equine exercise physiology, Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy