Whether your dog is a family companion or working (gun-dog, agility, water rescue, cani-cross, showing, etc.), they can be subjected to many musculoskeletal problems.

Physiotherapy can help by dealing with injury and chronic conditions, providing maintenance treatments, restoring function & enhancing performance in your dog.

Every dog is different which is why I work with both you the owner and your vet, to provide an individual treatment program tailored to your dog’s condition.

Common Conditions

Pre and post orthopaedic and neurological surgeries

Cruciate ligament repair

Patella luxation

Fracture repair

Hip surgeries & replacements


Spinal surgery (e.g. intervertebral disc disease)

Neurological conditions

Canine/Chronic degenerative radiculomyelopathy (CDRM)

Fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE)

Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)

Paralysis or recumbency

Cervical spondylomyelopathy (CSM – “Wobblers syndrome”)

Degenerative orthopaedic conditions


Hip & elbow dysplasia

Performance changes (sporting dogs)

Knocking poles

Loss of concentration

Avoiding obstacles

Shortened stride

Other issues

Soft tissue injuries (muscle, tendon, ligament tears & strains)

Wound management

Pain management

Reduced function, general stiffness and weakness in older animals

Muscular imbalances – atrophy, asymmetric muscle development


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