Chiropractic, Osteopathy and Physiotherapy approaches to animal care are very popular with animal owners:
Many training establishments offer courses in these approaches. This has made it difficult to understand who provides what, and the quality of their work is hard to judge. That has lead to confusion amongst animal owners and veterinary professionals.
The RAMP Register was therefore created to clarify the situation, by bringing together practitioners who work only within their scope of practice and have demonstrated a professional level of education and/or clinical experience. This offers peace of mind to everyone who approaches a RAMP registrant.
Please note: It is your responsibility to check the credentials of your practitioner before they assess or treat your animal, as RAMP cannot be held responsible for the actions of any registrant at work.
Because this is a voluntary register, you can be sure that all listed here have made the deliberate decision to go a little bit further to demonstrate their commitment to the highest levels of quality in their treatment of your animal.
Through this website, you can:
This Register only accepts people who meet the RAMP Standards.
This Register provides clear information about complaints procedures concerning registrants and the organisation itself.
1. It encourages early resolution of complaints including use of mediation where appropriate;
2. It provides good advice and support for those providing information and evidence in relation to complaints and disciplinary cases;
3. It focuses on protecting animals and their owners (and the public where necessary), and mediating resolution where possible;
If you wish to file a complaint to RAMP, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you within 7 days.
Neither RAMP nor any member of its steering group can be held responsible for any consequences arising from any information provided through this website.
Complaints submitted to RAMP cannot result in any compensation from RAMP or its steering group, but may lead to consideration of the practioner being removed from the Register or further investigation by another authority.
All registrants hold professional indemnity insurance and public liability cover. Any complaints regarding a loss caused by a practitioner should therefore be made to the practitioner directly (in the first instance) and if necessary, their professional governing body.