A regular treatment/check up allows Lynne to build a profile on your dog. Lynne assesses for weakness , muscle restriction, limitation of movement, discomfort, instability and other potential problems.
Following a thorough initial assessment, Lynne will provide and guide you and your pet through a personalised and progressive treatment plan to aid recovery and function.
Physiotherapy can benefit dogs whom have suffered nerve injury following trauma, intervertebral disc disease, FCE and surgery.
Soft tissue injuries are common for dogs, but early accurate assessment and prompt appropriate treatment will stimulate the body’s natural repair process and promote healing.
Following surgery, animals experience pain, reduced function and strength. Physiotherapy is essential for progressively guiding your animal back to full health.
Rehabilitation and remedial exercise is an essential part of your dog’s treatment, aiming to achieve lasting results and injury prevention. The owner plays a vital role in rehabilitation, ensuring regimes are followed.
Performed regularly, rehabilitation exercises can help improve your dog's muscle function. Lynne is well equipped to advise, discuss and develop with you a suitable exercise plan for your dog.
As a qualified and experienced Physiotherapist, Lynne can provide physiotherapy for you and your family.
To make an appointment please don't hesitate to
use the form below or call Lynne on 0423 493 130
At Active Paws Rehabilitation & Fitness, 11 Bartlett Road, Noosaville