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Positive and Proactive Care

Treatments

All of the below treatments apply for both horses, dogs and small animals.

Massage

Massage increases blood flow to the targeted muscles which aids healing and relieves tensions. Techniques include myofascial release, trigger point release and thermotherapy.

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Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy (PMFT)

PMFT induces a mild electrical magnetic current to restore or change a cell’s potential. This enhances the body’s repair process. Research has shown PMFT to be effective in reducing muscle spasm, inflammation, fracture repair, nerve regeneration and pain management.

Phototherapy (Laser)

The physiological responses to Low Level Laser therapy involve stimulation of the body's natural healing processes, optimising repair and helping to restore normal cellular function. Laser therapy can therefore be extremely beneficial for managing arthritis and helping muscle, tendon and ligament strains, trigger points and wound repair.

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Exercise Prescription

Exercise prescription such as groundwork or rhythmic stabilisations will help prolong treatment benefits, optimise recovery, promote suppleness, mobility, core strength, proprioception, and joint health.

TENS/NMES

NMES/TENS uses a small electrical current to stimulate movement.  These treatments can be used in small doses to rebuild or maintain muscle mass and can also be used as another method of pain management.

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Joint Mobilisation/Stretches

Joint mobilisation and stretches can improve range of motion, reduce pain, and improve the mechanics of a joint and decrease risk of injury.

Expert Advice

Expert advice surrounding your animal's management and routine, taking into consideration each unique home environment.

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