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A dog owner is often the first to know when there is something not right, the subtle signs are often your dog's way of communicating difficulties in conducting daily tasks.
Aims of Veterinary Physiotherapy
  • Provide advice to aid the healing process
  • Aid recovery after an injury
  • Provide a team approach to accelerate the healing process after surgery including hydrotherapy
  • Treat pre-existing conditions
  • Improve the quality of life for older dogs

Conditions Veterinary Physiotherapy may improve
  • Arthritis
  • Wound healing
  • Stiffness
  • Post surgical rehabilitation
  • Obesity
  • Reluctance to play or exercise
  • Difficulty with function eg stairs and getting into the car
  • Neurological conditions
  • Muscle strains and tears
  • Rehabilitation following fractures

Treatment techniques ACPAT Chartered physiotherapists can provide
  • Spinal Mobilisations
  • Joint mobilisations
  • Splinting
  • Soft tissue techniques such as myofascial release, massage, stretching and trigger point techniques
  • Electrotherapy such as muscle stimulation, ultrasound or laser
  • Propriceptive rehabilitation such as taping and strapping
  • Referral to a local hydrotherapy clinic

First Call Physio 07861 258351

First Call Physio | Fiona Dove: 07861 258351 | Jonathan Dove: 07799 654514
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