Neuroplasticity- using physiotherapy to get Buddy’s brain and nerves working again (Chinese sub)
We were able to retrain Buddy to first sit, then stand, then walk with support by focusing on normal joint range of motion and reinforcing normal movements along with neurological pathways and sequences.
Thursday 26th April 2018
Six year old mini poodle, Buddy, went from a bouncing super active doggy to unable to move overnight, when his brain had an infection that affected his ability to do everything.
Is your cat less active now simply because of old age, or could they be suffering from osteoarthritis? 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.