Does my dog need treatment?

If you are unsure whether your animal will benefit from treatment please get in touch. The lists below show some but not all of the conditions that may benefit from physiotherapy:

How can I tell if my dog may need Physiotherapy treatment?

  • Reluctance to go on walks

  • Sitting down/refusing to move mid walk

  • Difficulty jumping into car, going up / down stairs

  • Appears stiff

  • Difficulty getting up

  • Reduced performance - gun dogs, agility dogs, police dogs etc.

  • Noticed muscle wastage

  • Changes in behaviour

  • Lethargy

  • Persistent licking of a specific area

  • Unwilling to be touched in a specific area

  • Reduced or abnormal strides

  • In pain

  • No longer wants to play ball etc.

Common Canine issues or conditions treated:

  • Conservative management of Orthopaedic or Neurological conditions

  • Post Orthopedic Surgery, Post Spinal Surgery or Neurological Surgery rehabilitation

  • Age Related conditions

  • Sporting Injuries/Performance Managerement/Injury Prevention

  • Tendon/Ligament Injuries

  • Fractures

  • Wounds

  • Weight Management

  • Joint Conditions

  • Back pain, Spinal Pain

  • Muscle Injuries

  • Hip Dysplasia

  • Elbow Dysplasia

  • Pre operative condition

  • Posture Deformities

  • Nerve Damage

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Soft Tissue Injuries

  • Gait re-education

  • Patella Luxation

  • Management of Neurological condition i.e. Wobblers

  • Conservative Management of Neurological Cases

  • Muscle Atrophy

  • Nerve Damage

  • Arthritic Stiffness

Contact: Sarah Hind

Mob: 07513 496923


Locations: Nottingham, Derbyshire

Travelling within a 30 mile radius of NG16

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