CDC Animal Therapy
The musculoskeletal treatment is for all animals, especially cats and dogs, supporting the health and wellbeing of all ages and breeds. This is especially important for dogs with an injury, after a surgery and agility or performance dogs. Older animals with decreased mobility also show significant improvements in the quality of their life. The most commonly treated conditions are:
The aim of the musculoskeletal treatment is to increase mobility, improve the healing process, provide pain relief, decrease recovery time after the injury or surgery, increase the blood supply into the tissue, deliver the nutrients and oxygen into muscles, remove toxins from the body and improve range of motion on individual joints.
Kat is fully insured and registered member of the
Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists – IRVAP and International Association of Animal Therapists – IAAT
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