Making Pets Fit for Life

Making Pets Fit for Life

Hong Kong's first dedicated pet physical therapist.  Our mission is to enhance the well-being of your beloved pets through expert Veterinary Physiotherapy services. 

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 Veterinary Physiotherapy services to dogs, cats, rabbits and exotic pets! Our clinic in Sai Ying Pun provides a relaxed and peaceful environment for your pet while we aim to speed up their healing process, encouraging a more rapid return to mobility and the full enjoyment of life again. 

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.

Our address is G/F 192 Third St, Sai Ying Pun, (by appointment only). 

Improve your pet's quality of life

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

Veterinary Physiotherapy and Pain Management Clinic

Paws in Motion has exciting news to share with our valued clients and their furry companions. We've expanded our services and now operate from a brand-new clinic in Sai Ying Pun, offering you and your pets a wide range of benefits you won't want to miss.

Our new clinic provides a dedicated space designed to facilitate your pet's rehabilitation journey. We've created an environment that is not only welcoming but also specifically tailored to meet your pet's needs. The soothing and stress-free ambiance ensures that your pet will feel right at home while receiving the care they deserve.

Latest Articles

Reviving Hiro's Joy: The Healing Power of Shockwave Therapy for a Spirited Samoyed

Read how the introduction of shockwave therapy, a non-invasive treatment utilizing high-energy sound waves, became a turning point in Hiro's recovery

Understanding iliopsoas muscle injuries to safeguard your dog's well-being

Understanding the iliopsoas muscle and its potential for injury and pain is super helpful for you to recognise any changes in your pet. By spotting the signs, preventing overuse, and seeking timely treatment, we can ensure our furry friends remain active, healthy, and free from the discomfort of iliopsoas injuries.

Paws in Motion Announces New Clinic Opening & Founder Dr. Jane McNae Recognised as Finalist in 'The Woman Entrepreneur Award'

Hot off the paw-press!! New clinic announcement.

Understanding degenerative myelopathy in dogs: Care tips for your canine companion

Degenerative myelopathy is a progressive neurological disorder that affects the spinal cord of dogs, leading to hind limb weakness and paralysis. By understanding its symptoms, progression, treatment options, and ongoing research, you can navigate the challenges posed by this condition with confidence and provide the best possible care for your furry friend.
Making muscles to manage hip dysplasia! Goldie puppy Fan Shu builds strength and stability.

Making muscles to manage hip dysplasia! Goldie puppy Fan Shu builds strength and stability.

When we met Fan Shu as a puppy at 10months of age, he had both severe hip dysplasia and a shoulder injury causing deformity and pain. Luckily, he was adopted and his pet pawrents bought him to us to first help with pain and then create an exercise plan to keep him both comfortable and build him up to be fit for life.
Dusty's progress with hip dysplasia and degenerative joint disease

Dusty's progress with hip dysplasia and degenerative joint disease

When we first met Dusty the Husky, she was 14 years old. She had been managing well over the years with hip dysplasia and degenerative joint disease developing in her hips, back and knees.

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.