Physiotherapy helps to improve pet quality of life, especially in older pets with mobility issues. That’s because we focus on reliving their pain, strengthening their muscles and providing solutions to helping them more easily do their daily activities.
Assessing Reflexes are part of our assessment of the neurological system.
Check out this cool dude, Wolfie! He's recovering from a TPLO surgery after a cruciate ligament tear in his knee.
There is really a lot that we can do to help our aging pets.
Wolfie will do anything for more treats! Here he is, the perfect model for showing you how to put on the Help 'em up harness.
Thermotherapy simple means heat and cold therapy. it’s a cheap and easy way to help our pets.
Puppy Luke has been doing well on his post hip joint surgery (FHNE) rehabilitation! He's training his core muscles along with his hind legs (first part of the video) and front legs (second part) on the wobbly balance disk.
Heat (warm) packs even in summer can be game changer for helping older arthritic pets or those with over working muscles to reduce stiffness. Watch to see how to apply to be safe. Need advice on what type of heat pack? We are always happy to help!
Part 1 of supplements: In this video Dr Jane discusses how to select a good quality Omega 3 fatty acid supplement to support joints and reduce pain and inflammation.
Underwater treadmill is a form of hydrotherapy which also includes swimming.
Physiotherapy requires detailed knowledge of animal anatomy and disease.
Part 2 of supplements: Dr Jane focuses on the glucosamine/ chondroitin formulations for joint support and what to look for in a product. Need advice? We are always happy to help with advice and prescribe these supplements for our pet patients.