The conditions treated

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Veterinary physiotherapy requires veterinary referral or approval before treatment can commence,

but I will be happy to call your vet to discuss this with them.

 

 

You should also check with your insurance providers to ensure they are willing to cover this aspect of their treatment.  Where applicable, communication will be also be with other professional carers of an animal, such as animal trainers etc, to ensure a complete and integrated approach from all those involved in both the care and treatment of your animal.

 

I am happy to treat all small animals, including dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and exotic pets presenting with the following conditions:

 

×         Soft tissue injuries:

Sprain and strains of joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons.

Lameness

Sports/working injuries

 

×         Joint problems:

Arthritis

Hip dysplasia & elbow dysplasia: conservative care

Degenerative joint disease

Back/neck pain

 

×         Post-operative rehabilitation:

e.g. stifle or hip surgery, arthrodesis, amputation, ligament/tendon repair

Spinal laminectomy or decompression

Trauma and wound care

 

×         Neurological:

Degenerative myelopathy

Central or peripheral nerve injuries

Balance/vestibular disorders

Fibrocartilaginous embolism

 

×         Other Indications:

Pain management

Athletic/working dogs: performance problems, improving strength & endurance

Obesity / Elderly care