Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners
RAMP is a voluntary register of professionals who have signed up to take responsibility to attain and maintain gold standards of practice in animal musculoskeletal treatment.
Professionals trained in Chiropractic, Osteopathic and Physiotherapy techniques are regarded here as one occupation - i.e. animal musculoskeletal practitioners.
The register is designed to help veterinary surgeons and animal owners choose competent professionals providing Chiropractic, Osteopathic and Physiotherapy techniques for the treatment of their animals.
RAMP's two fundamental principles
All treatment should be legal and chosen with fully informed consent. Vets should feel confident in referring to RAMP registered practitioners. Animal owners should feel confident in the work of RAMP registered practitioners. Clear communication can be maintained between all professionals and the owner to make the best decisions for the animal’s care
RAMP Codes of Conduct
RAMP Gold Standard
RAMP is Independent and Impartial
MSK Regulation from a Veterinary Perspective: Question Time
RAMP is refining its policies and want to put a package forward to outline potential regulatory requirements for MSK practitioners, with input from all the MSK Professional Associations.
Visit RAMP at H50 stand at LVS2022
RAMP are hosting an interactive stand at London Vet Show 2022. Joining us is ACPAT, IRVAP and McTimoney who will all be presenting through out the 2 day Conference.
What is the difference between RAMP and my Professional Association?
RAMP was initiated to provide a regulatory body in the absence of statutory regulation in animal musculoskeletal care, the founders were advised if they were to move forward and update the legislat