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What do I treat?


Dogs/cats and other small furies can suffer from a range of musculoskeletal disorders. They may need help managing these conditions; conservatively (no surgery) or assistance with rehabilitation post surgically; if this has been chosen as the best way forward.


Alongside Veterinary care and the possible introduction of hydrotherapy, Veterinary Physiotherapy can help orthopaedic disease (hip dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament disease, patella luxation), help manage conditions such as degenerative joint disease (Osteoarthritis), degenerative myelopathy and intervertebral disc disease. After injury or trauma (spinal, neurological, fractures/breaks) I can help improve proprioception, function and improve healing.

For working/competing animals (gundog, agility, flyball, showing, breeding etc) Physiotherapy can be utilised to keep your animal in peak condition, improving recovery time and reducing injuries. It can further be beneficial for keeping your animal fit and healthy and preventing those strains and stiffness at all ages and for aiding weight loss.


-Cruciate ligament injuries/ruptures (+ Conservative management)
-Spinal (Hemilaminectomy, IVDD, Trauma etc)
-Patella Luxation
-Hip Replacement
-Elbow Replacement
-FMO: Femoral Head Osteotomy


-Hip Dysplasia

-Elbow Dysplasia


-Degenerative Myelopathy

-Limb Deformities

-Tendon/Ligament Damage

-Muscular Pain

-Scar Tissue

-Neurological/nerve damage


Veterinary Physiotherapy can be used to improve weight-loss and fitness in your animal. Providing a better quality of life and more mobility.



Veterinary Physiotherapy can be used to keep your working/competing animal in peak condition, improving recovery times and reducing injuries.

Not on the List?

Veterinary Physiotherapy can benefit every animal. I am happy to discuss your concern/hopes further.

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