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Canine Physiotherapy

Veterinary Physiotherapy is suitable for dogs requiring non-invasive treatments for injuries, orthopaedic conditions or neurological conditions. 
Beth is also available to promote performance and strength for sporting and working dogs.

Veterinary physiotherapy can be beneficial but not limited for your dog for: 

 Promoting care and enhance healing after a specific injury or problem

Injuries/rehabilitation to muscle, ligament, tendon, bone, joints, nerves 

Pre or post-operative care 


Cruciate ligament tears/ruptures

Femoral head and neck excision

Dysplasia of any joints, such as elbow or hip dysplasia

Luxating joints such as, stifle or hip laxations

Pre/post-joint replacements

Degenerative Myelopathy  

Degenerative lumbosacral stenosis

Cervical spondylomyelopathy (Wobblers syndrome)

Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) 

Fibrocartilagenous Embolism (FCE)


Muscle tears/pulls

Muscle asymmetries/weakness 

Muscle compensations

Scar tissue

Recent decline of performance of competition and working dogs

Maintain comfort and optimise performance in healthy and active dogs

Maintenance veterinary physiotherapy is suitable for all,

from the high level agility dog, field trialling dog, working dog or the family pet

Ensuring your dog is comfortable

Improve posture and mobility

Optimise performance for sporting and working dogs

Address small issues prior developing into a more noticeable issue

which effects performance or behaviour

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Please visit the Appointments page to find out:

What to expect during an appointment

Treatments offered (Every case is different and will require different treatments)

Prices and multiple animal offers

Areas covered

Contact Beth for bookings or any questions are welcome

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