We combine veterinary physiotherapy & hydrotherapy disciplines to treat a range of conditions such as osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament disease, intervertebral disc disease, patellar luxation, and degenerative myelopathy, amongst others.
Our unique connection with the Company of Animals Pet Centre and its highly experienced behavioural consultants, means we can also provide a multi-disciplinary approach in helping to address pain related behavioural problems. Professional dog trainers are also on site to improve condition, fitness, and performance as part of our 360˚ treatment approach.
Our Veterinary Physiotherapist
The department is managed by Danielle Everett, PgD qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist and Canine Hydrotherapist, member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP), Animal Health Professions Register (AHPR) and the National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists (NARCH). Danielle is also currently working towards the Blue Paw Award in arthritis management through the Veterinary Osteoarthritis Alliance (VOA).
Whilst studying veterinary physiotherapy, Danielle was nominated for the UK Masters Student of the Year Award. In addition, she has a first-class honours degree and has completed placements in leading establishments and veterinary practices nationwide. Whilst Danielle’s passion has always been animals, she has also gained experience in the human field working at a Osteopath and Sports Injury Clinic.
Mission and Vision Statement
We believe in giving dogs the best possible quality of life, so they can enjoy life to the full together with their owners!
We strive to lead the industry in delivering safe, high-quality, effective, and innovative physiotherapy and hydrotherapy interventions in the treatment of dogs.
The Veterinary Physiotherapy & Hydrotherapy department is equipped with modern facilities that allow us to offer a complete package of care for your dog. We provide a spacious and relaxing treatment room as well as large indoor and outdoor assessment/exercise areas.
We offer a range of advanced services and treatments to suit all your dog’s needs, including:
Static & gait analysis (including use of our Stance Analyser. Read more about our Stance Analyser here)
Full body palpation
Electrotherapies including laser therapy for dogs, ultrasound, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
Manual therapies including massage, passive range of motion, joint manipulation and stretching
Specialist management advice with full aftercare service and homecare programmes
Access to our leading onsite dog training & behaviour Centre
We can also work alongside our behavioural consultants to provide a multi-disciplinary approach in helping to address pain related behavioural problems or alongside our dog trainers in improving condition, fitness, and performance for working/athletic dogs.
For those unable to travel to our centre, we also run mobile physiotherapy clinics, thus offering a flexible service to suit all pet and owner needs.
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