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TREATMENTS

As every patient is an individual, treatments are determined on an individual basis.

Additionally, treatments for each patient can vary from one session to the next. This is to ensure your animal receives the most appropriate treatment at every stage of their rehabilitation or conditioning programme.

 

Listed below are brief descriptions of just some of the treatments that may be included at each appointment. 

As every patient is an individual, treatments are determined on an individual basis.

Additionally, treatments for each patient can vary from one session to the next. This is to ensure your animal receives the most appropriate treatment at every stage of their rehabilitation or conditioning programme.

 

Listed below are brief descriptions of just some of the treatments that may be included at each appointment. 

As every patient is an individual, treatments are determined on an individual basis.

Additionally, treatments for each patient can vary from one session to the next. This is to ensure your animal receives the most appropriate treatment at every stage of their rehabilitation or conditioning programme.

 

Listed below are brief descriptions of just some of the treatments that may be included at each appointment. 

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MANUAL TECHNIQUES

Encompassing different massage techniques. These aim to relax your animal into their treatment session, stimulating circulation and improving muscle tone.

REMEDIAL EXERCISES

Incorporating stretches, pole-work, balance work and range of motion (ROM) exercises.

REMEDIAL EXERCISES

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I use two different electrotherapies which are pieces of equipment that can be included as part of a treatment session.

ELECTROTHERAPIES
PULSED MAGNETIC THERAPY
(PEME)

Makes use of a pulsing magnetic field to stimulate tissues for therapeutic effect. Research has found clinical applications in bone healing and the management of pain.

H-WAVE

Stimulates tissues by means of a low frequency current to increase circulation, provide muscle stimulation and pain relief.