Animal Therapy Ltd - Physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Animal Therapy is run by Veterinary Physiotherapist,Shoncee Bani -Sadr,a certified member of the IAAT & ASSVAP.
Nothing is more stressful and anxiety inducing than knowing your pet is in pain or ill. At Animal Therapy we always put your pet first. From regular physiotherapy sessions to rehabilitation after injury/operations, We are here to help your animals stay healthy, maintain peak performance and achieve the best quality of life possible.
How do I know if my animal requires physiotherapy?
It can depend on many factors whether your animal requires physiotherapy.
It may have been diagnosed with a degenerative joint condition, is in pain or discomfort, has dropped in performance, is recovering from surgery/injury or just feeling its age.
Physiotherapy is a non invasive treatment, providing optimum conditions for your animal to heal naturally and efficiently.Aims of animal physiotherapy;For More information please feel free to contact us at The Natural Pet Pantry or contact Animal therapy at:
- Reduce Pain.
- Regain & maintain peak performance.
- Regain full range of movement.
- Rehabilitation & recovery from surgery.
- Regain full strength from injury.
- Help improve overall quality of life.
Tel: 07584 634151
Acupuncture for Animals
Acupaws is a dedicated veterinary acupuncture practice run by vet Susan Andresier BVetMed MRCVS.
She has been a veterinary surgeon for 10 years and has been using acupuncture to treat a variety of conditions for 5 years.
She is a member of the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists. Acupaws is now offering consultations (by prior appointment) at The Natural Pet Pantry.
- Back pain (ie spondyitis/spondylosis) and disc disease.
- Hip Dysplasia.
- Elbow dysplasia.
- Muscular or ligament damage.
- Paralysis or Paresis.
- Irritable bowel syndrome.
- Lick granulomas and some other skin conditions.
- Urinary and faecal incontinence.
- Stress or anxiety related disorders (such as feline psychogenic alopecia (over grooming) and feline stress associated cystitis).
The cost of treatment is covered by many pet insurance policies.
For further information: www.acupaws.co.uk, or call Susan on 01489 579642.