Dr Hannah Capon Veterinarian

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<p dir="ltr">Hannah qualified from Cambridge University in 2002 and has worked in a large variety of practices and roles from sole charge first opinion practice to teamwork emergency practice. She won the 2020 Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Impact Award, the 2019 CEVA Vet of the Year and was a finalist Petplan Vet of the Year in 2019. Hannah has an incredible passion for chronic pain management, geriatrics and musculoskeletal health and rehabilitation and has been recognised for her tireless work on Canine Arthritis Management (CAM), an online education and support service for owners of arthritic dogs and professionals. When Hannah is not working you will find her paddle boarding, kitesurfing and camping by the coast with her dog Luna. Hannah joined FirstVet in September 2021.<br />

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