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Canine

Physiotherapy can play a vital role in the treatment of a wide range of both orthopaedic and neurological conditions that dogs can suffer from, as well as providing pre and post-operative support after surgical treatment.
Signs your animal could benefit from Physiotherapy
  • ​Lameness or stiffness when rising or moving

  • Reluctance to go on walks or play

  • Reduced performance

  • Behavioural changes

  • Defending certain areas of the body

  • Difficulty with low level exercise

  • Whining when exercising

  • Excessive chewing of an area of the body

  • Had recent surgery

  • Had an injury or accident

  • Lost ability to jump into car/ onto sofa

  • Difficulty going up/ down stairs

  • Lost enthusiasm to play/ run

  • Becoming stiff/ weak

  • Change in behaviour

  • Developed arthritis or other conditions associated with old age

Canine Initial assessment and treatment £50


Canine follow-up assessment and treatment £45

These prices are for home visits and are inclusive of travel within our catchment area.

Conditions Treated
  • Hip dysplasia

  • Elbow dysplasia

  • Ligament damage - eg cranial cruciate disease, strains or ruptures

  • Osteoarthritis & degenerative joint disease

  • Osteoarthritis dissecans 

  • Joint problems - eg patella luxation, injury, pain or stiffness

  • Tendon & muscle injuries

  • Post-surgical rehabilitation

  • Spinal problems - eg degenerative disc disease, disc extrusion, spinal trauma or surgery

  • Neurological deficits

  • Fibro-cartilaginious embolism

  • Degenerative myelopathy

Physiotherapy can play a vital role in the treatment of a wide range of both orthopaedic and neurological conditions that dogs can suffer from, as well as providing pre and post-operative support after surgical treatment.

 

Treatment can be delivered in the owners home.