If you are looking to book a cat vaccination, please be aware that there is an ongoing shortage of some cat vaccines affecting all UK Veterinary practices. Find out more here.
Animal Physiotherapy plays an important role in your pet’s health
Animal Physiotherapy can involve manual therapies such as massage, stretches and exercises or even electrotherapies that are safe and non-invasive. There is a lot that physiotherapy has to offer and most patients enjoy their sessions very much. Courses of treatments and number of sessions vary from one patient to the next, as each patient will get their own bespoke therapy program to suit their individual needs.
Animal physiotherapists are not yet regulated by law, which means that anyone could call themselves an animal physiotherapist without having any real knowledge. Therefore, we advise that you only visit a physiotherapist who has been recommended by your vet.
Physiotherapy is recognised by many insurances, and supported by vets as an essential part of a pet’s care, so please call us on 0118 957 4488 to discuss any mobility concerns you have.
Find out more about complementary therapies for your pet
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