How can physiotherapy benefit your canine?
Dogs can also suffer from a large array of conditions and complications that can be treated with physiotherapy. The earlier and quicker most of these conditions are found and treated the better the prognosis tends to be.
Treatments for dogs is not just injury or recovery-based but can include working dogs and athletic performance maintenance.
The aim is always to help control pain and let your dog get the most out of life.
Any of these orthopaedic conditions can be improved for your canine with the help of physiotherapy and help alleviate pain and slow progression:
Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture
While Physiotherapy cannot halt the progress of degenerative conditions, it can help to slow active decline while supporting a better quality of life with the correct exercises and lifestyle routines/changes.
Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD)
Congenital Degenerative Myelopathy (CDRM)
Post-operative treatments help reduce the recovery times after operations and ensure the optimum effectiveness following treatment such as:
Optimise soft tissue
Nerve & bony repair to regain mobility and function
Athletic performance should not be taken for granted and properly nurtured will ensure the well-being of your dog over its career. Physiotherapy session for agility dogs can optimise and maintain the athletic functional ability of working and sporting dogs.
Neurological conditions can seem like a big hurdle but every small step made through treatment can change exponentially in the well-being of your dog. Physiotherapy treatment can help to treat and/or maintain quality of life for dogs suffering from:
Intervertebral Disk Disease (IVDD)
Wound repair is difficult to avoid so ensuring it is correctly treated and maintained prevents unwanted complications. Therefore the professional and degree qualified laser treatment is offered to treat:
Wounds across joints
Large surface areas
Muscle / Tendon tears
These soft tissue damages take time and the CORRECT exercise can speed recovery and reduce pain for your canine.
How can physiotherapy benefit your feline?
Cats can also suffer from a large array of conditions and complications that can be treated with physiotherapy. The earlier and quicker most of these conditions are found and treated the better the prognosis tends to be.
These degenerative conditions can be managed with the correct exercises and lifestyle routines/changes
Aging is inevitable, however physiotherapy can help manage some of the pain and complications that can occur.
Post & pre-operations
This helps reduce the recovery times after operations and ensure the optimum effectiveness following treatment.
Wound repairs can be difficult so ensuring they are correctly treated and maintained prevents unwanted complications.