Welcome to Fieldside Veterinary Physio

EQUINE & CANINE
ELECTROTHERAPIES

 

Various techniques used to stimulate blood flow, assist in nerve repair and promote pain relief, including:

 

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy

Phototheraphy (low level laser therapy)

PHYSIOTHERAPY

 

Physiotherapy is used to help maintain, restore and promote recovery for a range of conditions by optimizing the healing, function and well-being of the musculoskeletal system

SOFT TISSUE MANIPULATION

A combination of massage, myofascial release, passive range of motion exercises and stretches

 
EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION

Tailored exercises suitable for individual animals based on their unique needs

AVAILABILITY

CONTACT US

Based in central Lancashire,servicing Lancashire and Greater Manchester

Email: nicole@fieldsidevetphysio.co.uk
Tel:  07545 908872

OUR LOCATION

Monday to Friday

 

Weekend appointments available on request

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ABOUT

US

Veterinary physiotherapy is becoming more popular in veterinary medicine and plays an important role within animal rehabilitation and overall health.

Physiotherapy is used to help maintain, restore and promote recovery for a range of conditions by optimizing the healing, function and well-being of the musculoskeletal system. Physiotherapy can manage pain, improve and/or maintain joint mobility, build and/or maintain muscle mass and strength, reduce inflammation and improve overall strength, stability and proprioception.

Conservatively managed, surgical and maintenance cases can be managed through veterinary physiotherapy, using a wide range of techniques such as soft tissue manipulation, exercise prescription and electrotherapies.

Fieldside Veterinary Physiotherapy delivers a full assessment of overall condition and movement, unique treatment and rehabilitation programmes,  with home or yard visits, to large and small animals.

Fully Qualified, Insured and Registered. Fieldside Veterinary Physiotherapy provides a professional and friendly service across Lancashire and the North West.

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