Animal Physiotherapy is used to rehabilitate and maintain health, mobility, function and performance in all animals whether they are your top competitor or your best friend.
Just as humans would receive physiotherapy, animals can also benefit. Physiotherapy has been proven to decrease pain and inflammation, improve strength and coordination, increase joint range of motion, and also speed healing.
Has your animal;
- begun to slow down due to old age?
- undergone a recent operation or trauma?
- dropped in performance?
- been diagnosed with a joint condition (DJD)?
- reached a level but ceased to progress?
- adopted a different gait to compensate for pain or discomfort?
- adopted a new behaviour such as bucking, rearing or any form of aggression?
If you have answered yes to any of the above or whether your animal is your top performer and you want to ensure they are muscularly fighting fit, then physiotherapy can make a significant difference to your animals life.
Cotswold horse and hound physiotherapy – Hannah Ashton BSc qualified as a Veterinary Physiotherapist in 2009. Hannah treats animals of all shapes and sizes, specialising in the treatment of race horses, show horses, dressage horses, hunters, eventers and companion horses.
She also works with competition, show and companion dogs and farm animals.
Based near Stow on the Wold, areas covered include parts of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire.