Whether your companion is a working dog, competes in competitions or is your best friend, physiotherapy can help to keep them fit, happy and healthy
Companion Vet Physiotherapy utilises a multi-modal approach by combining a static, palpation and dynamic assessment to develop a bespoke treatment plan suitable for your companion. We work closely with your vet and offer a mobile service*, so your companion can have their physiotherapy treatment in the comfort of their own home.
Common signs your companion may benefit from a consultation:
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
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.
Companion Vet Physiotherapy has a wide range of equipment which is made use of during appointments. We also work closely with your vet to ensure continuity of care.
Veterinary Physiotherapists require a veterinary referral from your first opinion vets. You can download a copy here that you can send to them directly. Once this has been filled out by both yourself and your vets, simply return the form via , and we will look forward to seeing you both soon!