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Signs your animal will benefit from physiotherapy 
  • Following injury or surgery

  • Reduction in performance e.g. knocking poles, out of character napping

  • Reluctance to exercise or go for walks


  • Changes seen in behaviour and temperament – (90% of time related to pain) 

  • Unbalanced on one rein or difficulty to perform transitions effectively (equine) 

  • Toe dragging (canine) uneven shoe wear (equine)

  • Noticeable loss of muscle mass or change in coat 

  • For the older patients during the ageing process


Some Common Conditions which benefit 
  • Joint issues such as stiffness, swellings and diseases such as Osteoarthritis​

  • Muscle, Tendon and ligament injuries, strains/ruptures

  • Cruciate Ligament disease 

  • Hip Dysplasia

  • Elbow Dysplasia 

  • Neurological conditions

  • Fractures 

  • Lameness and general gait abnormalities 

  • Back, neck and pelvic pain e.g. Kissing spines or Degenerative disc disease 

  • Open wounds 

  • Lack of core musculature 

  • Obesity

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