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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

  • Limping

  • Behavioural changes

  • Skipping

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!

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Staffordshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire


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