Treatments & Prices
PhysioMy.Dog - Holistic Animal/Veterinary Physiotherapy & Other Hands on Therapies for your Dog
As a big believer that more than one therapy can help, I take a holistic approach. During each exclusive treatment, I will incorporate the most appropriate techniques.
I am passionate about personalising each session and aftercare programme which suits your pet's needs.
Animal Acupressure - Applying a light touch to specific points used by acupuncturists, but without needles. Helps physical and emotional health.
Animal/Veterinary Physiotherapy - Helping a dog recover from injury/operation or slowing down the affects of getting older, the aim of physiotherapy is to assist the body to heal itself, restoring and maintaining mobility and function. Your dog may need help to strengthen specific muscle groups, release tension & regain function. I can apply soft tissue techniques, use therapeutic equipment and specific exercises to help get your dog moving more comfortably again.
Canine Massage – Hands-on treatment method that can enhance your dog’s physical and mental wellbeing. Can promote relaxation and help to reduce pain and discomfort, using a combination of Swedish massage, deep issue, fascia release, stretches, neck, back and limb mobilisation techniques.
Myofascial Release - an indirect, non intrusive approach to soft tissue manipulation; gently moving tissue at the surface level, releasing tight fascia and helping to stimulate the body’s ability to re-align itself.
Reiki - Stimulates the body’s own healing mechanisms. It can help bring the body back into balance through gentle techniques and release emotional tension.
Other Therapists & Treatments - I’m more than happy (as any good therapist should) to recommend another therapy/therapist if I don’t think I can adequately treat a particular condition. Please click here for more info.
"I have had the privilege of observing Harriet at work. She is very calm, and has naturally formed a strong bond with my beautiful Labrador, Chester.
After just 2 sessions, he is definitely moving with more of a spring in his step, which at 11, I feel is an amazing achievement, having been curtailed for a few years with various joint issues.
What better way of repaying our much loved loyal friends, than providing a better quality of life in their latter years." Carol Midwinter, Owner