Jo Welsby joins Veterinary Thermal Imaging for Hampshire
Veterinary Thermal Imaging (VTI) is delighted to announce that Jo Welsby has joined its expanding team of thermographers, and will be covering the county of Hampshire.
Jo comes to VTI from a scientific background and is a Biomedical Scientist with an MSc in Sports Science, a PGCert in Clinical Chemistry and a PGDip in Health Informatics. In addition, she is a qualified canine body worker with skills in acupressure and myofascial release (MFR) and is currently training to become a shiatsu practitioner. She also owns two rescue dogs and has an interest in all things equine.
“We’re very pleased to welcome Jo to VTI,” says Helen Morrell, Managing Director of VTI. “With Jo’s scientific background, her canine qualifications and her experience with both dogs and horses, she’s a great fit for VTI and we’re sure she’ll do very well. We’re thrilled to have her as part of our team.”
VTI uses state of the art infra red cameras to map heat patterns across an animal’s body, showing hot spots and cold spots. It can be used as a diagnostic tool, but also as part of a management regime or to monitor an old injury or the efficacy of a treatment.
“I’ve always dreamed of working with animals,” says Jo. “The opportunity to combine working with animals with such remarkable technology is absolutely fantastic and I’m really looking forward to getting started.”
To find out more, see www.veterinary-thermal-imaging.com or call 0844 544 3314.