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Veterinary Physiotherapy

Veterinary physiotherapy in the Animal House Small Animal Clinic

Why veterinary physiotherapy

The aim of veterinary physiotherapy is to relieve pain, restore mobility, train movement patterns, minimise or even remove asymmetry and incorrect posture, train weakened muscles and improve performance (e.g. in sport). This is done by means of active and passive techniques and an extensive home exercise programme. Ultimately, your pet should be able to enjoy pain-free movement.

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The most common indications for animal physiotherapy

  • Joint disease (e.g. osteoarthrosis)
  • Joint and bone injuries
  • Weight control
  • Tendon injuries
  • Capsular and ligament injuries und Bandverletzungen
  • Spine disease
  • Cartilage disease
  • Bad posture
  • Lameness
  • Gait asymmetry
  • Oedema
  • Cruciate ligament-plasty
  • Joint replacement
  • Respiratory tract disorder
  • Circulation disorder
  • Neurological disorder
  • Condition and muscle building

"For me as a veterinary physiotherapist, the wellbeing and quality of life of your pet are the first priority. I would like to help your pet move around painfree and joyfully. To me it is important to inform you about all the options of veterinary physiotherapy and give you individual advice".

Bianca Maurer veterinary physiotherapist SVTPT