Canine Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation, Maintenance and Massage Therapy

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Discover the benefits of dedicated dog physiotherapy sessions for dogs of all ages, breeds, and activity levels. Our combination of therapies, including Canine Massage Therapy, can help prevent injuries, aid in rehabilitation, recovery, and manage pain.

Humans need physio and so do dogs! Dogs these days do so much more than just free roaming, they take part in agility, fly ball and other activities which does take a toll on their body!

Physical therapy is not just useful after surgery but in daily life. Most pet insurances will cover my treatments

Prescribing a lifestyle, not just medication

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canine rehabilitation clinic in rosudgeon, cornwall for canine physiotherapy and canine massage
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canine massage therapy in cornwall

If you want to Improve your furry companion's mobility, comfort, and overall well-being in a simple easy way, let me know!

Does your dog suffer with any of these....?

  • Tendon/ligament injuries/tears/ruptures

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injury

  • Patella Luxation

  • Obesity

  • Hip Dysplasia

  • Hip Replacement Surgery

  • Cervical spondylomyelopathy (CSM)

  • Fibrocartilaginous embolic myelopathy (FCEM)

  • Fracture Repair

  • Elbow Dysplasia

  • Muscle Tears

  • Muscular Asymmetries

  • Nerve Damage

  • Congenital degenerative myelopathy (CDRM)

  • Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)

  • Lumbar stenosis

  • Muscle Atrophy

  • Preoperative Treatment

  • Postoperative Treatment

  • Wounds and Scar Tissue

  • Amputees

  • Reduced Performance

  • Or simply aging

I would love to show you how physiotherapy can help you and your dog

Empower their well being beyond medication prescription, to home and exercise prescription.

Canine Physiotherapy £50

  • Initial session please leave up 90 mins and follow ups 60 mins

What's included.....

Part 1: Assessment

  1. Patient information: Gathering all the necessary information to aid in my treatment for the patient

  2. Gait Analysis: Looking at how the animal moves

  3. Palpation: Muscle palpation and Joint range of motion

Part 2: Treatment

  1. Treatment: Canine Massage Therapy, Electrotherapies, Joint Mobilisations and Advance Stretching.

  2. Basic Exercise advice and discussion: This is where we have a discussion on things you can do at home to help your dog.

    You spend the majority of the time with your dog so you are the most important person to help them. This will also include exercises for you to do at home which targets the issues found in the session. Education into your dogs diagnosis and support for the owner when needed.

Did you know...

Canine Osteoarthritis is the most poorly managed long term suffering disease. And the most leading cause to premature euthanasia. A dog that has had surgery has a high chance of getting OA in the future.

Puppy and young dog 1-2-1 classes £40

  • Learn about your dog moves

  • 45 minute sessions

  • No treatment

  1. Movement Assessment: Evaluate your dog's mobility and correct form and incorrect form

  2. Tailored Exercises: Learn specific exercises suitable for your dog's age, breed, and health status to promote strength, flexibility, and overall well-being.

  3. Understanding Canine Anatomy: Gain insight into your dog's anatomy and how their body moves to better support their physical health and development.

  4. Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle: Practical tips and strategies for maintaining your dog's health through, exercise, and lifestyle choices.

  5. Injury Prevention and Fatigue Recognition: Learn how to spot signs of fatigue and prevent injuries

  6. Mental Stimulation Techniques: Explore various activities and games to provide mental enrichment and prevent boredom in your dog's daily routine.

  7. Home reading: Receive reading materials summarizing key points covered in the session for ongoing reference and reinforcement at home.

  8. Complimentary Tea and Coffee: Enjoy refreshments provided during the session for a comfortable and enjoyable learning experience.

By having a good foundation in the puppy life can set them up for a good healthy adult hood I understand the importance of early intervention and proactive care, which is why our clinics emphasize injury prevention, fatigue recognition, and mental stimulation techniques tailored to your puppy's needs. This is why I want to help you and your dog.

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