dog canine physio

Recent injury or recovering from surgery?

Not quite making your usual agility times? 

Physiotherapy for dogs can help to improve confidence, weight bearing and prevent compensation patterns.

For your dog
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Maxine works closely with your veterinary professional,  to help canines of all breeds and sizes to recover from injury. Maxine works from Chine house veterinary hospital. You can ask your vet to be referred there for physiotherapy treatment.

Assessment and treatment of your dog will take approximately
30 minutes. It will include a thorough history of the problem, assessment through palpation, range of movement and any special tests. Followed by an appropriate treatment plan which will be dependent on your dog’s individual requirements. 

Treatments include but are not limited to; soft tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point release, electrotherapy such
as Pulsed BioMagnetic therapy, Transelectical Stimulation (TENS) and Neuromuscular Stimulation (NMS). We are pleased to announce that we can now also offer LASER. Click here to find out more. 

If your dog has had a spinal injury or neurological problem, treatment will also include movement analysis, proprioceptive input and functional tasks. 

You can find out more about Chine House Veterinary Hospital the rehabilitation services we provide here www.chinehousevets.co.uk

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Please contact me for an appointment

07779 003359

maxine@huntshillphysio.co.uk

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’The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is the professional, educational and trade union body for the UK’s 56,000 chartered physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and associates’

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