At Modern Veterinary Clinic we offer veterinary physiotherapy and rehabilitation services that are designed to help your animal recover as quickly as possible whilst preventing injury.
Modern Veterinary Clinic is happy to introduce to you: Megan, our Veterinary Physiotherapist, and Rehabilitation Specialist. Megan is a registered Veterinary Physiotherapist who graduated from Hartpury, one of the worlds leading Equine Colleges, with a Post Graduate of Science in Veterinary Physiotherapy.
Previously, Megan gained her bachelors in Human Physiotherapy, working in a variety of fields, with top athletes, in hospitals on orthopaedic and neurology wards and in a paediatric rehabilitation setting.
Whether your animal is suffering from a traumatic injury, soft tissue/joint pain and conditions, neurological complaints or requires pre/post operative care, there are multiple treatment options available to ensure they return to their full health and fitness.
Treatment options include:
- Soft Tissue and Joint Mobilisations
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Individualised Exercise Rehabilitation
- Laser Therapy
- Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation
- Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation
How can physiotherapy help my pet?
Physiotherapy works to find and treat areas of pain, stiffness, weakness or dysfunction that could be affecting your pet’s health.
An assessment is performed which includes a thorough history taking, gait analysis, range of motion testing of joints, palpation and functional movement testing to check for asymmetries and restrictions.
A treatment plan will then be developed, setting goals together and creating a unique plan of how to achieve them.
How many sessions will be required?
This will be decided after the initial consultation as each animal varies and responds to treatment differently.
Typically after surgery or injury and in more severe chronic cases a more intensive approach is required initially.
Physiotherapy can be a great option for your pet, whether they are cats, dogs, horses or even anything else!
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