If Your Cat Has Any of These Symptoms, Physiotherapy Can Help

  • Pain or discomfort
  • Difficulty jumping up or down
  • Crying when getting up or lying down
  • Reluctance to play or exercise
  • Unusual posture
  • Unusual behaviour
  • Lameness
  • Contractures following road traffic accidents
  • Poor muscle development
  • Pre and post-operative care

Cat Treatments

Painful movement due to injury or arthritis causes decreased mobility and muscle atrophy, in turn leading to more pain and decreased function. Physiotherapy can control and reverse this vicious cycle of pain. The techniques we use help to identify and prevent injury before it happens or becomes chronic.

Soft Tissue Damage

  • Prevention
  • Increased functional repair
  • Increased mobility
  • Pain reduction
  • Better quality of life


  • Increase in movement
  • Handling problems
  • Temperament Problems
  • Problem Identification

Physiotherapy for other animals

Whilst we specialise in small animals and equine athletes, we have treated a wide range of other animals including:-

  • Camels
  • Bulls
  • Cockerels
  • Rabbits

Please contact the office to discuss treatment options for other animals.

01425 612067