Paws and Hooves Animal Therapy

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Paws and Hooves Animal Therapy in Kent & Essex

Canine Merishia massage

Canine Merishia massage can help improve a dogs mobility, as soreness and muscle spasm can lead to restricted movements within the body. Full patient assessment will be carried out prior to establishing the best treatment.
A vets consent must be obtained. The Prices vary depending on your pets treatment.

Merishia Massage Therapy Explained

With a focus on deep tissue mobilisation techniques, releasing tension in the muscles and other soft tissues and enhancing movement of the joints.

The Merishia techniques can be used to aid sports performance, support rehabilitation, and improve general well being. Massage is also a wonderful way to achieve relaxation and reduce the risk of injury’. (Rose-Therapies,2017).

 

Complementary therapies for their pet that a majority of insurance policies will pay for your animals treatment.

In Gocompare.com’s August 2015 study, of the 299 policies that did offer alternative medical treatment for cats and dogs it was found that:

  • 96% covered the cost of acupuncture
  • 90% covered homoeopathy
  • 96% covered herbal medicine
  • 100% covered physiotherapy
  • 97% covered hydrotherapy
  • 93% covered osteopathy
  • 98% covered chiropractic

Laser Therapies

From April I will be offering Laser Light Therapies to all species of animals.

Light Therapy help stimulate healing, relieves pain, swelling and inflammation, reduces muscle spasms, and increases the blood and lymph vessel diameter, to ensure clearing of waste products and inflow of oxygen, nutrients and medication concentrations in the areas treated.

Laser light therapy is beneficial for any animals suffering with the following;

Skin conditions: wounds, lacerations, hot-spots, abscesses, saddle sores, habronema, proud flesh, acral lick granulomas, bruising, otitis externa, pyoderma, pododermatitis, skin allergies, eczema, etc.

Musculoskeletal problems: Arthritis, tendonitis, myositis, ligament/tendon sprain/strains, bruising, fractures, neck and back pain, splints, overuse injuries, synovitis, edema, hematomas, muscle injuries, muscle spasms, trigger points, seromas, mastitis, etc.

Post-op: any area treated surgically, including skin grafts.

Cost of Laser Therapies

Canine – £20 ; Equine – £25 ; Small Animal (rabbit, cat) – £17 ; Livestock – £30

3 or more animals want treating at the same location? No problem! Just apply a £3 discount to the price for each animal!

Contact Carla on 07772 911202
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Owner Carla is currently in her 3rd year BSC Honours Animal Therapy (canine and equine) student at Writtle University in Essex. Student member of Jo Rose’s Merishia Massage Association for dogs. Therapies Covering Essex & Kent