Physiotherapy For Your Pet

Your dog is part of the family, and when their quality of life or ability to move around becomes difficult, we have to try our best to get them back on their feet again. Your dog's mobility may be hindered by a range of different issues. Veterinary Physiotherapy is used to treat a range of diseases, injury, deformity and also to help improve recovery after surgery through the use of a range of methods such as massage, laser, heat treatment and exercise.

The aim of Physiotherapy is to stimulate the body’s natural healing process, reduce pain and restore mobility and function. Veterinary Physiotherapy can also be used for performance enhancement in athletic and working animals. If your pet has had surgery, an injury or disease, physiotherapy can be a key part of the rehabilitation process.

Just like humans dogs can suffer with a variety of conditions, illnesses or injuries at times within their lives which can affect their mobility, movement, muscle strength and function. These can include acute injuries such as fractures or soft tissue injuries which require a period of rehabilitation or conditions such as hip dysplasia or arthritis which may require longer term management.

Dogs can also suffer from neurological conditions and spinal injuries which can affect balance, coordination and in severe cases complete loss of mobility. In each case, when working in conjunction with your vet, physiotherapy can assist with maintaining or improving your dog’s level of function and quality of life.

                      Physiotherapy treatment may benefit your dog if it suffers from any of the following:

  • Hip/elbow dysplasia

  • Joint problems- including degenerative disease/arthritis, pain/injury/stiffness in joints eg. elbow dysplasia, hip dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament rupture

  • Spinal stiffness/soreness or intervertebral disc disease

  • Back, neck and pelvic pain- including intervertebral disc disease, lumbosacral stenosis

  • Age related joint stiffness and decreasing mobility/function

  • Muscle, tendon and ligament strain/tears

  • Lameness

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery or a fracture

  • Neurological conditions

  • Pain or discomfort

  • Difficulty with function eg. jumping, stairs

  • Reluctance to play or exercise

  • Trauma and soft tissue injuries to tendon, ligament and muscle

  • Weight or inactivity/obesity problems

1 Hour Physiotherapy session £55.00

Serving Hull, Beverley, Market Weighton, Selby, York, Driffield, Goole, Brough and surrounding areas.

Contact Details

Fit4dogsuk / Caine Hydrotherapy / Email
Fit4dogsuk /Canine Hydrotheray / Phone Number

07849256736

01482 888509

Unit 1 Beckside Court

Annie Reed Road

Beverley

HU17 0LF

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