What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy for your pet is a non-invasive treatment that can be used to help post-operative patients, neurological or orthopaedic conditions, and soft tissue injuries. It can be utilised to manage pain, improve mobility, rebuild or maintain muscle mass, improve overall strength and joint function; whilst simultaneously improving the quality of your companion’s life.
Does my pet need physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy may benefit your companion if you have noticed the following –
They are struggling to:
get up from lying down
get onto your bed for snuggles
get up or down the stairs
complete their usual walk
Bunny hopping; i.e. lifting both back legs at the same time
It may also benefit companions who have:
Have muscle tightness
Nerve damage / spinal problems
Hip or elbow dysplasia
Reduced flexibility or balance
Physiotherapy can help your companion in so many ways!
How can Companion Vet Physiotherapy help?
At your initial consultation, I will ask a series of questions that will help me to get to know you, your pet, your concerns and what you would like to achieve out of your pet’s physiotherapy sessions. I will also assess your pet so I can develop a tailored treatment plan that will help your companion back onto the road to recovery. This is all completed in the comfort of your own home, so they are more relaxed, less stressed and get the most out of the treatment. At the end of your appointment, you will receive a physiotherapy report with your pet’s aims and goals, and a home exercise program to continue their treatment until their follow-up appointment.
How can I book an appointment?
Simply call on 07790718122 or email email@example.com