The Team

  • Dr James Creasey

    Dr James Creasey

    Bvsc (Hons) MRCVS Cert SAS

    After graduating from Bristol Veterinary School in 2003 I joined the PDSA as a veterinary surgeon with a surgical bias.

    I passed my certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2009. I moved to Bow PDSA as Head Veterinary Surgeon where I managed a 9-vet team, a branch and the 24-hour emergency service. In 2010 I moved to Village Vets where I acted as Group Head of Surgery.

    In 2013 I started to offer peripatetic surgical referrals in London. I now cover over 80 veterinary practices across London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Suffolk and Kent. I have operated on in-excess of 1000 surgical cases in the last year. Four hundred and fifty of those being cranial cruciate ligament repairs with a 3% complication rate. There has been a rapid growth in enquiries, so I am adding to my team and looking to expand further.

  • Dr Martin Simonovski

    Dr Martin Simonovski

    DVM MSc VetMed Pg Cert(VPS) CertAVP MRCVS

    Martin obtained his Master's degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2010 and has been working in the UK since 2016.

    During his education, he completed an internship in a training hospital in the USA. Before moving to the UK Martin worked in a small animal hospital for 6 years where his interest in surgery began. In the UK he has been working in well-established busy hospitals in Surrey and Essex and has attended multiple surgical courses. As a lead surgeon for 3.5 years in a large veterinary group, he has been taking surgical referrals within the group in soft tissue and orthopaedics.

    Martin obtained a post-graduation certificate in Veterinary Professional Studies - PgCert(VPS) in December 2022 from the University of Liverpool and a certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice - (CertAVP) in June 2023 from the University of Liverpool.

  • Tom Day

    Tom Day

    MVetPhys NAVP RAMP

    Tom obtained his Master's in Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2019. On graduating, he joined a rehabilitation centre to hone his craft and further learn about the benefits of rehabilitation. Following this, he became Head veterinary physiotherapist at two centres carrying out both physiotherapy and hydrotherapy.

    He has since started his own business ‘The Veterinary Physio’, working with multiple vet practices across Hertfordshire and Essex providing rehabilitation for dogs following a wide range of surgeries.

    Tom is and active member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) and the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP) both of which ensure a gold standard level of care.

    He believes that physiotherapy is essential to achieving the best results following surgery, just like in humans.