Clinical Canine Massage

Clinical Canine Massage can help many
conditions including:
  • Soft tissue injuries (known as strains or sprains)

  • Orthopaedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, OCD, spondylosis, invertebral disc disease.

  • Myalgia (muscle pain & weakness), Myofascial pain, trigger points, CDRM, syringomyelia and neurological disorders

  • Behavioural and training conditions

Improvement of:
  • Mobility and activity levels

  • Posture and gait

  • Performance i.e.in agility/working dog

  • Character and mood

 

Reduction in:
  • Lameness and stiffness

  • Pain

  • Anxiety (by decreasing stress levels and inducing a relaxation)

 

Your dog can return to normal active daily living – e.g. going up and down stairs, exercise enjoyment & become a happier dog.