Physiotherapy for dogs

What problems can be treated with physiotherapy and how can they be treated?

  • Hip/elbow dysplasia
  • Orthopaedic conditions
  • Pre and post op pain from orthopaedic and spinal conditions
  • Neurological conditions
  • Spinal problems
  • Trauma and soft tissue injuries
  • Lameness
  • Wounds
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Age related joint and mobility problems
  • Obesity problems

Treatment is based on thorough assessment so that each treatment and rehabilitation programme is developed around your dog's specific needs and often includes home exercises, balance, core stability and proprioception training and hydrotherapy.

Spinal mobilisation for dogs

Spinal Mobilisation

Exercising dogs

Exercise programmes for fitness

Front leg stretch - Physio for Dogs

Front leg stretch for age related joint problems

Back leg stretch - Physio for dogs

Back leg stretch

Physio for dogs - using leg weights

Using leg weights to strengthen muscles

Joint manipulation for dogs

Joint manipulation

Neuromuscular electrical stimulation for dogs

Neuromuscular electrical stimulation

Therapy and rehabilitation

Large Hydrotherapy Pool

Spinal mobilisation for dogs

Life jackets are used for therapeutic needs
and to give confidence

Hydo-therapy for dogs

Swimming should be fun too

Hydo-therapy for dogs

Water Treadmill tank for controlled exercise

 

Front leg stretch - Physio for Dogs

 

Joint manipulation for dogs
Joint manipulation for dogs

Dry treadmill for assessing gait patterns and increasing exercise tolerance

Joint manipulation for dogs

Developing core stability and balance

Joint manipulation for dogs