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Pre & post-surgery care

Wound repair

Age-related conditions​

​Competition maintenance

Neurological conditions

​Weight loss management

Physiotherapy can be used to treat some of the following canine conditions:

  • Injuries to muscles, tendons or ligaments.
    • Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease
    • Patella Luxation

  • Osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease:
    • Hip and elbow dysplasia
    • Osteochondrosis Dissecans / OCD
    • Spondylosis
    • FHR - Full Hip Replacement

  • Pre and post-orthopaedic surgery:
    • Cranial cruciate disease or rupture
    • Patella luxation
    • TTA - Tibial Tuberosity Advancement 
    • TPLO - Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy 
    • Fracture repair

  • Spinal Surgery
    • Degenerative disc disease
    • Disc extrusion
    • Spinal trauma
    • FCE - Fibrocartilaginous embolism

  • Neurological conditions
    • ​Chronic Degenerative Radiculomyelopathy (CDRM)
    • Canine Degenerative Myelopathy
    • ​Vestibular Disease
    • Lumbosacral Disease​

  • Proprioceptive reprogramming
  • Wound repair
  • Pain management
  • Sporting/performance maintenance
  • Golden Oldies (geriatric) maintenance - Including Canine Arthritis Management Advice

Other signs to be aware of that your dog may require physiotherapy:

  • Lameness
  • Pain response
  • Stiffness
  • Difficulty transitioning from sit to stand
  • Reluctance to get in/out of a car or on/off furniture,
  • Behavioural changes - Depressed/Unhappy with touch/growling/licking of lips etc.
  • Sudden loss of balance - Ataxia

If your dog is in need of physiotherapy, then please speak to your veterinary surgeon regarding a referral.

All dogs, whether pets, working or competition dogs can benefit from physiotherapy to help maintain fitness levels, improve performance, increase a patient’s physical and emotional well-being and reducing the risk of injury.

Canine Physio

Anna Wilson  AdvCertVPhys ​​

Veterinary Physiotherapist

07780 601 688