Meet the Physio Team

Victoria now works with three fully qualified associate Chartered Physiotherapists: Felicity Rodruigez, Michaela Catterall and Kate Haynes.


Victoria Henderson

Victoria (Tor) qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2000 from The University of Brighton. She then went to work at The University Hospital Lewisham where she gained a thorough grounding in all aspects of physiotherapy before specialising in musculoskeletal outpatients. There she ran ACL rehab groups, worked in hydrotherapy and as a clinical educator for physiotherapy students. From 2004 Tor started working in the Private sector whilst studying part-time for her MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy at The Royal Veterinary College, graduating as an ACPAT Category A Veterinary Physiotherapist in 2005.

Tor started working part-time as a veterinary physiotherapist in the Canterbury area in 2005 and started to build a caseload of both equine, small animal and ‘people’ patients.  Due to an ever growing client list Tor was fortunate to recruit Chartered Physiotherapist Kate Haynes in 2012. Chartered Physiotherapist Felicity Rodruigez returned to the team in 2013. Like associates Steph Wilson and Kate, Fliss was also a student with Tor whilst training as a veterinary physiotherapist.

In addition to her busy veterinary physiotherapy and clinic work Tor is a clinical educator for Chartered Physiotherapy students up-grading  to Veterinary Physiotherapists.


Kate Haynes

Kate Haynes physioterapistI am a Chartered Physiotherapist specialising in a range of musculoskeletal conditions. I qualified in 2008 at St George’s University of London, and then qualified as a Veterinary Physiotherapist in 2013.

I've also trained to teach Pilates and Equipilates can offer rider assessments and rehabilitation.

Having worked with Tor for three years full time I've now relocated to Surrey. I retain a very small caseload of Kent clients and participate in CPD training with Tor's Team here when possible.