Physiotherapy sessions and your dog
"Getting your Dog active again using a qualified Physiotherapist"
Animals, like people, respond to Physiotherapy.
Physiotherapists are specifically trained and have a large variety of treatment options to restore normal function and maximise performance or rehabilitation.
It can significantly speed up recovery from injury.
What can Physiotherapy be used for ?
- Pain or discomfort
- Trauma or soft tissue injuries
- Muscle weakness
- Degenerative conditions
- Post-orthopaedic surgery
- Performance-related problems
- Spinal pain
- Reduced function
- Unusual behaviour
- Neurological conditions
Give us a call - 0114 258 3221
If you need more information about how we can help with your Dog, please get in touch. We welcome a 'phone call and are more than happy to answer your questions. You can also email us or download an information pack.
Our clients say it best
my rottie ruby did her cruciate and I can't thank the staff at aquavets enough for their wonderful care in getting her back to herself, their kindness and helpfulness was fantastic at such a distressing and worrying time with clear and helpful explanations and advice always given, well done to everyone. Ruby has had so much fun swimming that even though she is now better we continue to go for a weekly swim not only to maintain the benefits but because she thoroughly enjoys herself. I would highly recommend any dog owner to use such an excellent facility and team to care for their dog. –jayne jeune
I am writing to thank you for your help regarding Milo's recovery after an unusually complex set of circumstances following total hip replacement. I am amazed at how well he is doing, his muscle mass and tone have fully recovered and his gait is fantastic. This is due in no small part to your excellent rehab work. I will have no hesitation in using your services again. –ANDY TORRINGTON
Fully qualified and experienced Canine Hydrotherapist
Lisa Dobson - Aquavet owner
is a fully qualified and experienced Canine Hydrotherapist and registered with the National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists