Dogs are our best friends, but they too can suffer from numerous health conditions and mobility problems. Many of these can be significantly improved with physiotherapy.

Some common conditions include:

  • Elbow / hip dysplasia

  • Arthritis

  • Cruciate ligament injuries

  • Muscle injuries

  • Sports injuries

  • Spinal injuries

  • Neurological deficits

Physiotherapy targets pain and weaknesses, helping to strengthen and stabilise weakened muscles, increase mobility and flexibility and enhance your dog’s overall health and well-being.

Physiotherapy helps to:

  • Strengthen weak muscles and support joints

  • Improve balance and coordination

  • Reduce pain and inflammation

  • Improve mobility

  • Enhance athletic performance

  • Reduce the risk of future re-injury

During an appointment Rebecca will visit your dog in their own environment where they feel most relaxed. After taking a case history and assessing your dog’s posture, muscle symmetry and gait, Rebecca will then put together a tailored treatment plan which may include massage, stretching, electrotherapies and a home exercise programme to help your dog get back to doing what they enjoy most.