Physiotherapy can help patients suffering from a variety of neurological and orthopaedic conditions. This includes hospitalised patients undergoing both surgical and non-surgical management of these conditions as well as those suffering from respiratory distress.

Patients that are overweight, suffering from osteoarthritis, or that have generalised weakness can massively benefit from physiotherapy too. It can also be used to help to prevent injuries, and increase the fitness and strength of athletic and working dogs.

Digitally analysing a dog's stance

What we offer

  • Thorough physical assessment of each patient including; assessing conformation and weight bearing, gait analysis, muscle size, tone and symmetry, range of motion and feel of each joint, as well as flexibility and strength assessments
  • Provide a calming environment for each patient during treatment which involves the use of manual therapies (including massage, passive range of motion (PROM), stretching, etc.) and electrotherapies
  • Detailed report of the first session sent to both owner and referring vet. Further reports will be sent as updates
    at different points throughout the rehabilitation process as well as after discharge of the patient from the service
  • Specific and targeted rehabilitation and exercise plans tailored to the individual patient with every client receiving an electronic copy of the plan. Each plan can be updated when changes are made to patient’s exercises and may also include hydrotherapy
  • Advice to owners on exercise and home modifications that can be done to aid their animals recovery and improve their overall quality of life

Specialist equipment

  • Omega class 3b therapeutic laser
  • Companion Animal Stance Analyser
  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)
  • Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES)
  • Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF)
  • Range of rehabilitation and exercise equipment including; balance cushions/boards, cavaletti rails, tunnels, peanut balls, etc.