Introducing Digital thermal imaging with our Digatherm camera. The camera helps us to detect areas of increased temperature and blood flow, such as inflammation, or decreased blood flow, to guide us in our therapy or further imaging such as Xray or CT.
Your pet should feel relaxed after a physiotherapy session. Both massage and laser therapy encourage the brain to release endorphins, the body’s feel good hormones, which cause an analgesic or pain reliving effect and encourage relaxation and sleep.
We are reliant on You and your home care team to help us improve and gain the best results for your pet by being involved in daily home care and home exercise.
Meet Oreo- our gorgeous Boston terrier friend who delivers unlimited kisses and licks during our visits.
Xrays are used to help give us a 2 dimensional picture of the bones and some soft tissues inside the body which can then help us to identify problems.
FitPaws equipment is great for helping my rehabilitation patients as well as for doggies that want to keep fit.
Weight management is hugely important for many of our physiotherapy patients.
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.
Physiotherapy requires detailed knowledge of animal anatomy and disease.
Underwater treadmill is a form of hydrotherapy which also includes swimming.
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.
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!