What to expect from a treatment for your dog or cat

Please note that it is currently a legal requirement that veterinary permission is obtained prior to any other practitioner treating your animal.

Jess's treatment works alongside conventional veterinary care, correct diet and appropriate exercise.

Your animal will be assessed, and a detailed case history recorded which takes into account their medical history, current issues, behaviour, and the work they may do amongst other things. Jess will also carry out a gait analysis

If Jess is coming to your house to treat it helps if there is a quiet, safe place to treat your animal to ensure that they are as relaxed as possible and an effective session can take place.

The treatment involves an assessment of the whole animal, focusing on the musculoskeletal system. Vertebral and pelvic misalignments are felt for, and areas of muscle tension and muscle wastage are investigated. Appropriate adjustments will be used.

 
A session can last anything between 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on the nature of the problem and the appropriate course of action. The treatment is gentle and most dogs react extremely positively and enjoy the session.

Following the session specific aftercare advice will be discussed with you, and any follow up treatment planned for your dog. If you have any more questions about the treatment then please do not hesitate to contact Jess or check the FAQs page.

 

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Effective physical therapy to help promote optimum performance, health and soundness