Massage has long been recognised for it’s benefits & affects in the human workd but how about your dog??
This hands on, manipulative therapy which not only addresses the primary issue but treats the body as a whole relieving the body of muscular imbalance & areas of overcompensation.
Not only does it directly benefit the muscular system but has overall, positive effects on the lymphatic, nervous, cardiovascular & skeletal systems
* Release of tight, restricted, congested muscles leading to improved mobility, more fluid gait, reduced pain levels
* Release of painful trigger points & localised ischemia
* Resolved or improved lameness
* Remodelling of debilitating & restrictive scar tissue
* Myofascial Release to normalise the fascia & improve muscle function
* Quicker, smoother recovery from injury
* Reduction of issues & Enhanced performance in the competition dog
Will my dog benefit from Clinical Masage Therapy??
Clinical Canine Massage Therapy can have a profound, positive effect on the dog & plays a key role in the management of chronic, painful orthopaedic conditions …
– Hip Dysplasia
– Spinal Disease
– Cruciate injury/disease
– Elbow Dysplasia
– Soft tissue/muscular injury
* muscular strains are the most common seen soft tissue injury, strains respond quicker & better to massage therapy than any other form of physical therapy *