Muscular and Soft Tissue Conditions

Canine Massage Therapy is designed to resolve painful muscular issues and rehabilitate soft tissue injury. Sudden twisting or breaking, repetitive activities and inactivity can all result in reduced range of motion and flexibility, lower energy levels and character changes.

Initially you may notice that your dog is having difficulty jumping on / off the sofa or is no longer keen to go for a walk. This may be the result of an muscular or soft tissue injury which can be resolved naturally and non-invasively with therapeutic canine massage.

Please visit our Muscular and Soft Tissue Conditions page for more details.

 

Orthopaedic and Neurological Conditions

Canine Massage Therapy can help to support many orthopaedic and neurological conditions. Below are listed just a few and the improvements you might expect to see in your dog with the regular therapeutic canine massage.

Please don’t hesitate to contact K9 Massage Clinic to find out how Canine Massage Therapy might help your dog to better cope with the condition that they suffer from.

Please visit our Orthopaedic and Neurological Conditions page for more details.

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