Lisa Mazengarb

Animal Physiotherapist and small animal hydrotherapist.
BSc (Hons), Dip An Phys, MIAAT, RAMP Member, Level 3 small animal hydrotherapy

Lisa Mazengarb has spent most of her working life in medical research. She is dedicated to a scientific evidence based approach to animal physiotherapy. Lisa trained with the respected College of Animal Physiotherapy and graduated with a merit in her diploma. She has also completed an Equine Sports Massage Course with the College of Animal Physiotherapy and passed with a distinction.

Lisa has worked in a canine hydrotherapy centre in Nottingham and has also completed a level 3 in small animal hydrotherapy.

Lisa is  a member of the International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT), and on the Register Of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP). This offers you peace of mind that she has attained the high standards in training and professionalism that these organisations require. Lisa is committed to ensuring that she maintains continuing professional development to ensure that your animal is treated in line with current scientific understanding.

Lisa is very proud to bring Running Free Animal Physiotherapy to the south west of Wales.


BSc (Hons) 1st class - Biological Sciences

Diploma in Animal Physiotherapy

Level 3 in Small Animal Hydrotherapy

Simon Mazengarb

Small animal hydrotherapist
PhD, Mphil, PGCE, CCol ASDC, Level 3 certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy

Simon has been involved with science throughout his career in both the public and private sector. He obtained a PhD in polymer chemistry from The Nottingham Trent University and has spent the last decade teaching science and chemistry. 

Simon is a fully qualified small animal hydrotherapist having completed the ABC level 3 certificate in 2016.


ABC Level 3 Certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy

PhD "Porous nanoparticles for use in reactive porous latex films"

MPhil "Dye adsorption studies on Chitin and Chitosan"

PGCE Science

Simon is an associate member of the society of dyers and colourists