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CANINE SERVICES

What physiotherapy can do for your dog:

  • Help in the reduction of pain.

  • Help manage symptoms of arthritis.

  • Enhance performance.

  • Improve fitness, core strength and stability.

What physiotherapy can do for your dog:

  • Help in the reduction of pain.

  • Help manage symptoms of arthritis.

  • Enhance performance.

  • Improve fitness, core strength and stability.

When physiotherapy can be of benefit:

  • Following surgery, injury, or trauma.

  • Following changes in behaviour or temperament.

  • When your dog becomes not as keen to go for walks or appears to struggle more when walking.

  • Rehabilitation following orthopaedic and neurologic conditions.

Every dog is an individual, therefore all treatment programmes will be tailored to your dog’s individual needs.

To get the most out of any treatment programme I will demonstrate various rehabilitation techniques to you to use in between visits, to actively assist in your dog’s rehabilitation.