Recent injury or recovering from surgery?
Slowing down or appears more stiff?
Not wanting to go for walks anymore?
Physiotherapy for dogs can help to improve confidence, and return to normal.
Physiotherapy can help to speed up recovery after injury or after surgery. It can help to promote normal movement and get your dog back to being excited by their walks again.
Assessment and treatment of your dog will take approximately 30 minutes. It will include a thorough history of the problem, followed by a full assessment. Before a bespoke treatment plan tailored to your dog’s individual requirements is established.
Maxine works closely with your veterinary professional to help dogs of all breeds and sizes recover from injury. Maxine runs a weekly clinic from Chine House Veterinary Hospital in Silby.
You can ask your vet to refer to Maxine for physiotherapy by asking them to email your dogs history or by filling in the referral form, which can be found here and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Treatments include but are not limited to:
Soft Tissue Mobilisation
Trigger Point Release
Pulsed BioMagnetic therapy
Transelectical Stimulation (TENS)
Neuromuscular Stimulation (NMS)
Class 3b LASER
If your dog has had a spinal injury or a neurological problem, treatment will also include movement analysis, proprioceptive input and functional exercises.
Throughout the treatment process your veterinary professional with receive regular updates on how your dog is progressing.