Pain greatly impacts an animal’s wellbeing, general health and their ability to move.
Whilst your veterinary surgeon will prescribe a variety of medication to alleviate pain; physiotherapy allows us to combine several manual techniques and modalities to modulate pain.
Pain signs in our pets can be very subtle. Symptoms may include:
physiotherapy allows us to combine several manual techniques (such as joint mobilisations and massage) and modalities such as laser, acu-laser, TENS and thermal therapy (heat or cold) to modulate pain. We utilise Canine and Feline pain score charts from Colorado State University to help us to better assess pain in your pet. We can also assess pain in other pets such as rabbits, by using similar scoring systems.
Our great new Digitherm technology allowed us to identify and pinpoint inflammation.
The Softouch hot and cold pack is great for targeted heat or cold therapy. It is safe to be heated up gently by microwave, as well as to be cooled in a freezer.
Can you be sure your pet is not in pain? Digital infrared thermal imaging provides a non-invasive physiological body scan that evaluates your pet’s circulation, neurological and musculoskeletal function.