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Birmingham Vet Physio
Vilhelmiina uses her extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology to devise an effective physiotherapy treatment plan for your pet.
Birmingham Vet Physio offers a first-class mobile veterinary physiotherapy service for dogs and cats in Birmingham and surrounding areas. We specialise in small animal rehabilitation and fitness to provide an optimal outcome for your pet.
Vil is a fully insured Chartered Physiotherapist qualified with a First-Class Honours degree in Physiotherapy and a Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy. Member of HCPC, CSP, NAVP.
Appointments are subject to veterinary referral, please contact [email protected] for more information.
All pets from puppies and kittens to older companions can benefit from physiotherapy. This includes healthy pets, athletic animals, working dogs, pets recovering from injury or surgery, and dogs and cats with long term health conditions. Animals with orthopaedic or neurological conditions recover better, faster, and more completely if they start rehabilitation with Birmingham Vet Physio as soon as they have received a diagnosis. The sooner the physiotherapy process is started, the better the outcome will generally be. Our expert advice will make sure your pet's recovery is safe and effective. Common conditions benefitting from physiotherapy are: -Cruciate ligament injury and surgery -Hip and elbow dysplasia -Arthritis -Patella Luxation -Spinal injury and surgery -Peripheral nerve injury -Fractures -Soft tissue injuries (muscle tears, tendon and ligament injuries) -Lumbosacral disease -Degenerative myelopathy -Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) -lameness or reluctance to walk -slowing down -stiffness or muscle loss Working and competing dogs hugely benefit from seeing a physiotherapist for maintenance and prevention of injuries. The foundations to successful career and life are laid young. Working alongside Birmingham Vet Physio will give your active dog the best possible start in health and fitness. There is no age limit to physiotherapy so working and pet puppies can start physiotherapy as soon as they have moved in. Elderly pets that may be showing signs of slowing down or reluctance to do things they used to love are often referred to the physiotherapist as the last option. There are a huge number of things that can be done to improve mobility and activity and reduce pain and stiffness with physiotherapy at Birmingham Vet Physio. We are the experts in holistic pain relief methods and work alongside your vet to provide the most effective combination of treatments for your animal.
Listing Updated: 18/01/2022
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