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Whether your companion is a working dog, competes in competitions or is your best friend, physiotherapy can help to reduce injury, provide support and improve performance

If your companion has a condition such as: Arthritis; Cruciate Ligament Damage; Patella Luxation; Hip or Elbow Dysplasia; Intervertebral Disc Disease - then physiotherapy can help to manage these conditions conservatively. 

 

Common signs your dog may benefit from physiotherapy:

  • Difficulty getting into the car, onto the bed or up the stairs

  • Struggling to complete their usual walk

  • Growling or snapping at a certain area when touched

  • Bunny hopping, i.e: lifting both back legs at the same time during walk/trot

  • Limping

  • Behavioural changes

  • Skipping

Everything you need to know prior to an appointment

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