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Complementary Treatment

Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy Treatment is a non-invasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation. 


It is used to treat animals with arthritis, tendon or soft tissue injuries, and to promote wound healing.


The area that is to be Lased, does not require any shaving or clipping and the animal does not require any sedatives during the process.


Before treatment begins, we will carry out a full physical examination along with X-rays if needed to make a diagnosis. 


After Laser Therapy Treatment, you may notice an improvement in your pets health. You may see your pet going upstairs more often, playing with a toy they haven't picked up in months, or being able to get on the sofa for a snuggle with their family. And, when pets have better mobility, medications can often be reduced.

Physiotherapy Treatment

Physiotherapy is a method of treatment used alongside veterinary care to assist in the rehabilitation and management of musculoskeletal injuries ands conditions. 


The aims of Physiotherapy are to improve movement, reduce pain and discomfort and restore normal bodily function. There are many techniques that can be used in Physiotherapy, from manual therapies, electrotherapies to hydrotherapy and remedial exercise plans. 


The most common injuries and conditions seen in practice that are benefiting from Physiotherapy are Tibial Plateu Levelling Osteotomy,(TPLO) muscle strains and Osteoarthritis.


It is important to be aware that all physiotherapy treatment can only be carried out under referral and direction of a veterinarian.