Information for Vets
This page provides information to veterinary surgeons and other veterinary professionals on the services I offer and their benefits to your canine clients.
The Canine Massage Guild and Winchester University conducted clinical research on the benefits of clinical massage and specifically the Lenton Method®. The results have been published in the Vet record and can be viewed here. A summary of the results can be found here. 95% of the dogs in the study showed improvements in movement, pain scores or performance
Summary document for vet practices
A short summary document has been produced to help vets quickly see what types of conditions I might be able to help with and which of their canine clients could benefit from clinical massage. Access it here
Consent form and operating principles
The back of my consent form details how I work and what you can expect from me. You can download my form here
Lunch and learn
Free lunch and learn sessions for vet practices in and around Hemel and Aylesbury. Find out what clinical massage and core strength conditioning is...and what it isn't. Have an opportunity to chat about your clients and receive a Vet pack containing a brochure, some consent forms and some assessment tools to help your clients assess their dogs pain and mobility. Get in touch to find out more
Core strength training
Low impact exercise programmes at walking pace on stable surfaces can significantly help dogs recover from injury, live with arthritis and reduce back pain. The plans can also help active dogs stay injury free and anxious dogs build confidence and better relationships with their owners. Find out more
A service that helps owners manage rehabilitation, injury recovery and adaptations to support older dogs. It will also be useful for prospective new dog owners to evaluate their home, travel arrangements and external environment to protect against injury. Find out more.