Remedial Therapy uses massage and physiotherapy techniques to aid in the management of, or recovery from musculoskeletal problems and painful or debilitating conditions. For example, chronic osteoarthritis, muscle/tendon strains, back problems, or those recovering from surgery, especially orthopaedic procedures. 

• Relieves muscle spasm, pain and tension
 Increases the circulation
 Improves elasticity of muscles
 Improves mobility and suppleness of joints

It is essential that a correct diagnosis is made of your dog's problem, and I therefore recommend an examination and referral from your veterinary surgeon before initial therapy.

What the Owners Say

  • Tony and Nikki with Bear     Bear is our 13 month old Newfoundland dog, we got him from the breeder at 8 weeks and quickly realised that he was having problems standing, we instantly thought the ...
    Posted 28 Oct 2013, 10:45 by susan davies
  • Lindsey and Hudson    I first brought Hudson, my Newfoundland, to HandsOnHounds about two years ago. Suffering with spinal problems and arthritis in his front legs, he found walking uncomfortable and he would chew ...
    Posted 23 Mar 2016, 15:48 by susan davies
  • Tracey and Kip    Following surgery to repair both cruciate ligaments some years earlier, Kip developed degenerative joint disorder in his hips. I thought I was going to lose him in 2010 when his ...
    Posted 23 Mar 2016, 15:46 by susan davies
  • Maddy with Peanut    “After he ruptured his cruciate ligament and damaged his meniscus, Peanut was a very sorry looking Terrier, and equally peeved about being grounded for 3 months (food now being his ...
    Posted 27 Mar 2012, 11:25 by susan davies
  • Linda and Claire with Diesel            Diesel is a 4 year old mastiff x had a ruptured cruciate ligament operation and we took him to Hands on Hounds where Susie was really kind and after his ...
    Posted 23 Mar 2016, 15:49 by susan davies
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