Canine Physiotherapy

All breeds catered for

Injuries can occur in any dogs from competitive agility or fly ball dogs to pet dogs playing in a garden. Working, sporting or competition dogs such as, police dogs, sheep dogs, gun dogs,  agility, and obedience often benefit from regular treatment to maintain fitness, improve performance, reduce asymmetries, reduce the risk of injury and maximise performance potential.  Some dogs are predisposed to injury due to their conformation or breed such as spinal injuries in Dachshunds or hip dysplasia in Labradors, German shepherds or Rottweilers.

Common symptoms

  • crying when getting up

  • difficulty climbing stairs or jumping into cars

  • uneven gait

  • signs of discomfort when being stroked in a particular area

  • reluctance exercising

  • reduced athletic performance

  • age related issues such as osteoarthritis

  • obesity issues

  • pre and post operative care

Common conditions that benefit from physiotherapy treatment 

Soft Tissue
  • ​ligament, tendon and muscle injuries

  • breakdown of scar tissue

  • tension, tightness and restrictions within the soft tissues

  • inflammation and swelling

  • pain management

  • wound breakdown

  • muscle wastage

  • compensation and weight transfer

Neurological
  • wobblers, disc disease and injury, CDRM

  • degenerative conditions

  • spinal injury and pre/post surgery

  • nerve injury and dysfunction

  • ataxia

  • Balance & Co-ordination 

Orthopaedic
  • poorly healing fractures

  • dysplasias, OCD,  bone deformities

  • lameness

  • luxations

'A Safe Pair Of Hands For Your Animal'

Wilts/Berks border and beyond