Physiotherapy The main focuses of medical gymnastics for dogs are the pain relief and the maintenance or recovery of joint mobility. By means of this therapy we want to eliminate the function and activity restrictions and thus maintain or improve the fun of moving around and maintaining high spirits. Physiotherapy serves as an increase in performance and as maintenance of health.and dog physiotherapy can be applied to all diseases of bones, joints, nerves and musculature.
My dog is in pain. Is it time for physiotherapy? The following points should help you to recognize that your dog is in pain: My dog limps. My dog gets up more cumbersome than usual. My dog walks somehow differently – stiffly. My dog does not put equal weight on all limbs. My dog always relieves the same leg while standing. My dog makes sounds while performing certain movements. My dog suddenly bites me, when I want to stroke it. My dog does not jump into the trunk anymore, does not walk stairs. My dog had a surgery. My dog frets its paws or its tail My dog retreats, does not play anymore. My dog does not eat anymore. Please note: Dog physiotherapy is an effective and supportive therapy that cannot replace a veterinary diagnosis or treatment under no circumstances. Please see your veterinarian if you notice severe changes in the behavior or the movements of your dog. By means of a profound diagnosis, the physiotherapy can contribute to achieve clear improvement for your dog quickly.
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Physiotherapy The main focuses of medical gymnastics for dogs are the pain relief and the maintenance or recovery of joint mobility. By means of this therapy we want to eliminate the function and activity restrictions and thus maintain or improve the fun of moving around and maintaining high spirits. Physiotherapy serves as an increase in performance and as maintenance of health.and dog physiotherapy can be applied to all diseases of bones, joints, nerves and musculature.
My dog is in pain. Is it time for physiotherapy? The following points should help you to recognize that your dog is in pain: My dog limps. My dog gets up more cumbersome than usual. My dog walks somehow differently – stiffly. My dog does not put equal weight on all limbs. My dog always relieves the same leg while standing. My dog makes sounds while performing certain movements. My dog suddenly bites me, when I want to stroke it. My dog does not jump into the trunk anymore, does not walk stairs. My dog had a surgery. My dog frets its paws or its tail My dog retreats, does not play anymore. My dog does not eat anymore. Please note: Dog physiotherapy is an effective and supportive therapy that cannot replace a veterinary diagnosis or treatment under no circumstances. Please see your veterinarian if you notice severe changes in the behavior or the movements of your dog. By means of a profound diagnosis, the physiotherapy can contribute to achieve clear improvement for your dog quickly.
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