Our Services

What we do

We offer a friendly, caring and professional approach to promote, restore or maintain your animal’s movement and functional ability

We provide leading edge clinical skills for dogs and cats no matter what age, breed or underlying pathophysiology they have.

How physiotherapy helps

Below are some common conditions helped by veterinary physiotherapy, these may be acute or chronic

  • Neurological conditions, eg, degenerative myopathies, spinal cord compression, lumbro-sacral disease, fibrocartilaginous embolism, vestibular disease
  • Musculoskeletal injuries, eg, trauma to soft tissues, cranial cruciate ligament disease
  • Pre and post operative rehabilitation
  • Orthopaedic conditions eg, hip and elbow dysplasia, joint replacement, osteotomies
  • Altered function
  • Elderly animals with reduced function from altered movement patterns, stiff joints and weak musculature
  • Weight management issues
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Movement therapy
Behavioural modification
Owner advice
Aquatic therapies

Our approach

An in depth assessment of your animal in your own home using multi modal, integrated treatment approaches including:

  • Therapeutic handling
  • Soft tissue techniques
  • Expert advice and education
  • Movement therapies
  • Electrotherapies
  • Tailored home exercise programme
  • Manual therapies
  • Behavioural modification

Our promise

Paws4rehab believes that your animal is entitled to receive the best possible treatment and care available. We are committed to continuing our professional development ensuring best practice is always achieved.

We are dedicated to working with the owner client and animal patient to deliver a comprehensive and effective rehabilitation programme, that has the animal at the centre of it’s approach.

To give our animal patients the best possible quality of life, so that both the owner clients and their animals can enjoy life together to the full!

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy hcpc registered IRVAP