Your dog is not just another patient, they are our patient
Our dog physiotherapy services provides bespoke injury rehabilitation with the option of home based or clinic appointments in Hampshire. We see a variety of patients such as dogs living with chronic disabilities, post operative patients and sports conditioning. You will be seen by an ACPAT veterinary physiotherapist meaning your dog will receive the highest standard of treatment. The service includes a gait examination and a thorough neuromusculoskeletal examination to ascertain potential sources of pain, including bony, soft tissue and neural structures. All appointments are 1 hour long.
You will feel informed and confident in how to manage your dog now and in the future
You will be seen by a practicing human physiotherapist
We can help reduce pain, improve independence and enhance quality of life
Treatments might include:
- Tailored rehabilitation programme
- Deep and soft massage
- Myofascial release
- Trigger point therapy
- TENs and NMES
- Electromagnetic therapy
- LED therapy
- Communication with other professionals including primary vet, surgeon and hydrotherapists
- Advice and education so you feel informed and confident with the physiotherapy plan
- Inclusive of admin fees
- Travel charges may apply on all appointments
A 45 minute assessment to check everything is developing normally. A chance to ask any puppy questions including the what’s and the what nots. It is also a good way of getting your puppy desensitised to being handled in prep for future appointments
These 30minute sessions are suitable if your dog doesn’t have an injury but you have niggling questions and want a check up to maintain performance. These sessions will identify anything which now might be subtle, but could develop in the future.
*By law under the Veterinary Surgeons Order (2015) all animals must have veterinary consent prior to physiotherapy unless it is for maintenance management. All animals must be registered with a veterinary surgeon prior to physiotherapy.
If veterinary consent is required for your dog, you can either download the referral form here and get your vet to complete it, or we can do it for you. Please take time to read our terms and conditions in the same section prior to booking an appointment.