Canine Physiotherapy

Whether they work with you or are just there for you at the end of a long day there are a number of ways physiotherapy can help your canine companion including helping to address: .


  • A variety of medical conditions – hip/elbow dysplasia, cruciate ligament injuries, joint conditions
  • Arthritis
  • Neurological problems
  • Soft tissue injuries including tendons, ligaments and wound healing
  • Muscular tension, soreness or atrophy
  • Pain – which could present as resentment to being touched or groomed in a specific area
  • General stiffness when they come to get up or lie down
  • General slowing down with age – physiotherapy could give your pet a new lease of life
  • Alterations to the way the walk or run – lameness, reluctance to run, play, go up/down stairs or jump into/out of the car
  • General weight loss and muscle development

  • All treatment plans are based on up to date evidence and our tailored to the individuals' circumstances and reason for referral to ensure we get the best results for your dog.