Harmony in Motion
Fully qualified and insured Veterinary Physiotherapist covering Sussex, Surrey and Kent.
Harley uses a range of manual and electrotherapies alongside an important remedial exercise programme you can do at home.
Find out how Harley can help your Equine, Canine or Feline companions to relieve pain and discomfort, helping them reach their full potential and performance.
What is Veterinary Physiotherapy?
Veterinary Physiotherapy uses a range of assessment techniques to map together a picture. From the way an animal moves to the feel of their muscles and joints, this information can be used to formulate a clinically reasoned treatment plan to:
Reduce the risk of injury
Veterinary Physiotherapy can be used for a number of reasons but most visits fall within the following categories:
Chronic musculoskeletal conditions
Post Surgical recovery
What animals can benefit from physiotherapy?
What does treatment involve?
After a full assessment at each visit, treatment is made up of three aspects : Manual therapy, Electrotherapy and Remedial Exercise.
Manual therapy is the back bone of physiotherapeutic treatment and can be performed as a stand alone treatment.
I use a range of techniques for varying effects on fascia and muscles.
Helps improve muscle tone and prevent injury.
Electrotherapy machines are a great addition to the toolbox of physiotherapy. I currently use the following equipment to help relieve pain, increase circulation and build muscle:
Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy
Low Level Laser Therapy (Class 3B)
LED Light Therapy
This is where you come in!
I will give you homework to help target any issues found.
This will be made up off:
All exercises will be demonstrated when prescribed.
I have also attended a course ran by RockTape UK on kinesiology taping for horse and rider and I incorporate this within my treatments when appropriate. RockTape can help lessen pain and prolong the effects of manual treatment.