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'Restoring function and mobility'

Hands On Animal Physiotherapy offers a professional, friendly and effective mobile service to both large and small animals, companion pets and working animals.

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy aims to alleviate pain, enhance performance, restore function and mobility whilst stimulating natural healing. Physiotherapy can be used to enhance performance, address muscular imbalance and any movement and postural compensations.

All breeds/ages/size/discipline of animal are welcome and will be individually assessed and treated accordingly.

The latest physiotherapy techniques are used to provide your animal with the best possible care, with individual treatment plans based on current evidence based research.

Alys is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) which is recognised by all companion animal insurance companies and membership assures clients that all treatments are fully insured and regulated to the highest standard. Alys also has a level 2 in Canine Osteopathy (from Animal Osteopathy International) and incorporates osteopathic techniques into her treatments to provide a more thorough and hollistic approach.

All animals can benefit from physiotherapy and osteopathy, however the list below highlights some common conditions therapy can help to treat:

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Tendon and ligament injuries

  • Back and/or neck pain

  • Spinal pathology

  • Sacroiliac injury/disease (equine)

  • Muscular strains, tears, atrophy and imbalance

  • Joint pathology

  • Elbow and hip dysplasia (canine)

  • Cruciate ligament injury/disease (canine)

  • Neurological conditions

  • Wounds

  • Bone fractures

  • Luxating patella and locking stifles

  • Post-surgical/injury rehabilitation

  • Conservative management of diagnosed conditions

  • Maintenance programmes

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