What is Physiotherapy for dogs?

Veterinary Physiotherapy is a science-based profession that takes a holistic approach to each patient based on individual needs.

It is used alongside veterinary medicine to help in the treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

It assists in rehabilitation and aims to control and relieve pain, restore function and improve movement.

What is Physiotherapy for dogs?

Veterinary Physiotherapy is a science-based profession that takes a holistic approach to each patient based on individual needs.

It is used alongside veterinary medicine to help in the treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

It assists in rehabilitation and aims to control and relieve pain, restore function and improve movement.

What conditions can be treated with Physiotherapy?

Hip dysplasia

Cruciate ligament disease

Luxating patella

Elbow dysplasia

Joint stiffness

IVDD

Post surgical rehab

Fibro-cartilaginious embolism

Elderly care

Osteoarthritis and Degenerative Joint Disease

What conditions can be treated with Physiotherapy

Hip dysplasia

Elbow dysplasia

Cruciate ligament disease

Joint stiffness

Luxating patella

IVDD

Elderly care

Fibro-cartiliginious embolism

Osteoarthritis and Degenerative Joint Disease

Initial Consultations

An initial consultation with Megan includes a thorough discussion of your pet’s needs, challenges and medical history.

A complete functional movement evaluation and pain assessment will be carried out; this process is based on experience and knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics and pathologies.

After the initial consultation treatment is performed based on scientific knowledge and clinical practice.

Hands on manual therapy and manipulation is used alongside electrotherapies where appropriate.

Homecare programmes and after care advice are given.

Initial Consultations

An initial consultation with Megan includes a thorough discussion of your pet’s needs, challenges and medical history.

A complete functional movement evaluation and pain assessment will be carried out; this process is based on experience and knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics and pathologies.

After the initial consultation treatment is performed based on scientific knowledge and clinical practice.

Hands on manual therapy and manipulation is used alongside electrotherapies where appropriate.

Homecare programmes and after care advice are given.

Rehab Programmes

6-week detailed rehabilitation programmes can be added on which include week-by-week exercises and advice from Megan for times when more support is needed.

This is specific to your dogs needs and are tailored for each individual.

Rehab Programmes

6-week detailed rehabilitation programmes can be added on which include week-by-week exercises and advice from Megan for times when more support is needed.

This is specific to your dogs needs and are tailored for each individual.

Treatment Regime & Costs

Dog First Veterinary Assessment & Physiotherapy = £60.00 per session

Dog Ongoing Physiotherapy = £45.00 per session

Dog Extended Ongoing Physiotherapy = £55.00

Rehab programmes : personalised to your pet – ask Megan for costs

 

*Prices updated January 2024

Treatment Regime & Costs

Dog First Veterinary Assessment & Physiotherapy = £60.00 per session

Dog Ongoing Physiotherapy = £45.00 per session

Dog Extended Ongoing Physiotherapy = £55.00

Rehab programmes : personalised to your pet – ask Megan for costs

 

*Prices updated January 2024

About Megan

Megan holds a post-graduate diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy and has trained via a recognised accredited training program.

Find out more about Megan on her Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/equilisetherapy

About Megan

Megan holds a post-graduate diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy and has trained via a recognised accredited training program.

Find out more about Megan on her Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/equilisetherapy