I am now offering massage and conditioning services with social distancing. All massage is completed in my clinic without the owner present. I have been working with existing clients in this way since the beginning of June and can confirm that all dogs treated have benefited from therapy, no matter how wriggly they are. Conditioning is available as a one to one and outside or via online tutoring.
Clinical Massage and Body Conditioning can provide enormous benefits to dogs. They complement traditional or holistic veterinary care and work well as stand alone activities, in combination or alongside hydrotherapy and physiotherapy.
Clinical Massage offers a whole body approach to injury recovery and pain management. Clinical Massage and bespoke Myofascial Releases (using the Lenton Method®) supports a dog throughout its life by:
aiding and speeding up recovery from injury or surgery
improving mobility, flexibility and balance
helping dogs with orthopaedic conditions
providing palliative care to improve quality of life.
Body Conditioning offers scientifically based exercise regimes that are proven to transform a dog from the inside out. Dogs become more agile, confident and less prone to injury. Click here to find out more
To treat your dog with massage I require veterinary consent and I will advise your vet should your dog start Body Conditioning with me.
I can complete Muscular Health Checks (MOT) and Body Conditioning assessments at my Hemel and Aylesbury clinics or at local shows.
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