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"N" - Non-invasive techniques (非侵入性治療)

Physiotherapy is non-invasive. We don’t poke or prod the pet- in fact anything we do should not hurt your pet.

Saturday 19th May 2018

Physiotherapy does NOT require sedation because if we sedate a pet, we are not able to see their response to the different work. We use modalities such as laser, ultrasound or Assisi Loop alongside manual therapy to achieve this non-invasive care.


物理治療是非侵入性的治療。我們不會使用任何令寵物不適或帶強烈刺激性的治療。事實上,我們所做的任何事情都不應該傷害到您的寵物。正確的物理治療不可使用鎮靜劑,因為我們需要觀察他們對不同治療的反應。因此我們經常利用激光,超聲波或Assisi Loop(脈衝電磁場)等非侵入性療法手段以達成目標。

 

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