Veterinary physiotherapy


   Veterinary physiotherapy  is a science and evidence-based profession.   Our aim is to reduce pain, improve movement, and restore normal muscle function.  

Veterinary physiotherapy

 Veterinary physiotherapy can be used in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, for prehabilitation before and rehabilitation after surgery, for performance development of the equine or canine athlete, and for long-term management of a number of musculoskeletal or neurological injuries and conditions, such as:

  • osteoarthritis 
  • elbow and / or hip dysplasia
  • intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)
  • DM and spondylosis
  • cruciate disease or rupture
  • 'Kissing spines'
  • Tendon or ligament damage
  • fractures

Veterinary physiotherapy can assist in the management of acute and chronic pain.


The veterinary physiotherapist uses a variety of manual therapies such as massage techniques and stretching, as well as electrotherapies / electrophysical agents, and will be able to create a bespoke home exercise plan to meet your animal's individual needs.


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