Making Pets Fit for Life

Making Pets Fit for Life

Hong Kong's first dedicated pet physical therapist. We come to your home to treat your pet in their own environment, to ensure a comfortable and stress-free meeting.

Making Pets Fit for Life

We offer Veterinary Physiotherapy services to dogs, cats, rabbits and even exotic pets!

Brain and Spine Injuries

Neurological problems stem from the pet’s nervous system: the brain, spinal cord and nerves, and can lead to unsteady walking or even paralysis of the legs.

Joints, Bones and Post-Surgery

Joint and bone (orthopaedic) problems can result from sudden trauma or injury, or they can be more chronic and degenerative in nature.

Muscle Strains and Sprains

Strains occur when the tendons that link muscles to bones are injured, whereas sprains are injuries to the ligaments that connect the bones together.

Senior and Arthritic Pets

Senior pets develop age-related problems such as osteoarthritis and joint pain, weight gain, stiffness, soreness, limping, loss of flexibility, strength and mobility.

Fitness and Conditioning

Canine sports medicine is a rapidly developing field, which focuses on the importance of keeping your pet fit and strong to prevent injury during activity and play.

Puppy Joint Health

Fitness and conditioning is key in growing puppies, however, it is important not to overload their developing joints and open growth plates, causing injury.

Mobility Support and Carts

Harnesses, slings, braces, supports, non-slip solutions, rear and quad carts or wheelchairs – our trained staff help find the ideal solution to your pet’s mobility issues.

Pain Management

Pain greatly impacts a pet’s wellbeing, health and mobility. Combined hands-on physiotherapy techniques and equipment help to reduce pain.

Pet Physical Therapy

Paws in Motion offers a mobile home-visit service for Hong Kong clients, but you can also visit us at one of our partner clinics. We offer Veterinary Physiotherapy services to dogs, cats, rabbits and exotic pets! 

Our veterinary surgeon and certified rehabilitation therapist, Dr Jane McNae, is happy to take on new patients and assess their needs, with a referral from your family vet.

Improve your pet's quality of life

Paws in Motion provides a range of products that can reduce stress or pain and increase agility.

Online Consultation

Paws in Motion now offers telemedicine to our clients. In these difficult times where travel to the clinic or home visits may be difficult, we want to put your mind at ease and help support your pet. We understand how frustrating and at times confusing it can be to help your pet with mobility and pain issues, but there is so much that we can show to help you and your pet without an in-person consultation.

Latest Articles

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The early identification of the degenerative joint condition, osteoarthritis (OA) in cats isn’t always straight forward but it is very important that cat owners spot this disease early to minimise its debilitating effects and provide the best quality of life.

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Pei Pei's rehabilitation from bilat FHNE (hip surgery)

Pei Pei's rehabilitation from bilat FHNE (hip surgery)

Paws in Motion team is asked to help Pei Pei, the 7 month old Pomeranian, after he had the FHNE surgery on both hips.

My two guide dog puppies- by Vet student and Paws in Motion Intern, Jason Wong

Everyone’s experience with their first household animal is different, but I would say that my story with the two Labradors at my home is one of the more unique ones.

Top tips on providing the best quality of life for visually impaired and blind dogs

Visually impaired and blind dogs can enjoy an excellent quality of life. Here we share some tips on ways to ensure your pet can adapt to their new normal with the least amount of stress or depression.

Post-surgical patients

Post-surgical repair of joint problems such as cruciate rupture, total hip replacement, osteoarthritis, joint dysplasia, fracture repair, soft tissue trauma of the muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Spinal Injuries and Neurological Issues

Rehabilitation is aimed at helping the nerves regenerate by utilising their ability to reorganise and adapt, known as neuroplasticity.

Soft tissue and Muscle Strain

Soft tissue and muscle injuries can cause pain, weakness, decreased flexibility and reduced strength. Physiotherapy is an integral part to improve your pet’s recovery.

Elderly and arthritic pets

Massage therapy, heat therapy, laser and electromagnetic field therapy are very therapeutic for our geriatric pets that need that extra care as they age gracefully.

Athletic pets

Canine sports medicine is a rapidly growing field, as we learn the importance of keeping our pets fit and strong to prevent injury.