About the clinic
Having joined Parkvets as a floatingvet at the hospital Dr. Rita Moriera spent her first few months with the practice covering shifts across the practice and looking after our many in-patients. Although she enjoyed the hustle and bustle of the busy hospital she was delighted when the opportunity came up to take over the Petts Wood clinic as it allowed her to settle into a community and to get to know her clients. Rita is now the resident vet at our Petts Wood clinic and she looks forward to meeting her furry clients…..and their owners of course.
As well as routine and emergency veterinary appointments, the Petts Wood clinic is also home to our physiotherapy and hydrotherapy service. Danielle McMahon brings the benefit of her experience in this area to the practice and is fast building a reputation as a ‘workers of miracles’.
The clinical team is supported by our fantastic receptionists who make sure everything behind the scenes runs as smoothly as possible.
Parking: Client car-park behind the clinic or free parking in local side roads
Parkvets Petts Wood
88 Crofton Lane
Orpington, BR5 1HD
Telephone: 01689 867810
Clinic consulting times:
Consultations by appointment during the following times:
Monday: 09:00-11:00 | 16:00-19:00
Tuesday: 10:00-13:00 | 18:00-20.00
Wednesday: 09:00-11:00 | 16:00-19:00
Thursday: CLOSED – Foots Cray & Chislehurst clinics open
Friday: 09:00-11:00 | 16:00-19:00
Saturday: 15:30-17:30 Sunday: CLOSED
Hydro and physiotherapy hours:
Various times as agreed between the client and the therapist.
Physiotherapy & Hydrotherapy at Parkvets Petts Wood
- Rehabilitation from injury or surgery
- Relief and easing of pain from Arthritis and increasing range of motion
- Re-building of muscle mass
For more details on our Physio & Hydrotherapy service, please call the clinic on 01689 867810.
Danielle MacMahon is the Parkvets resident physio therapist. She utilises a number of techniques designed to promote healing and mobility. The water treadmill is one such technique but she also enjoys great success through joint manipulation and massage. If your dog is struggling with mobility, stiffness or an injury, why not give Danielle a call to discuss options.