Enhancing Canine Mobility & Wellbeing Through Myotherapy

For Mobility & Behavioural Issues

Myotherapy is a complementary therapy that uses massage techniques and rehabilitative exercises to alleviate discomfort and mobility issues that arise from a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.

Myotherapy can also help with certain behavioural or training issues. Sometimes these issues may be a result of undiagnosed chronic pain and by combining my knowledge of chronic pain indicators and canine behaviour, I will be able to advise whether a veterinary visit may be beneficial for your dog.

When Myotherapy Can Be Used

Myotherapy is largely used to treat the chronic effects of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, but can also be used to maintain performance of working and sporting dogs, as well to assist with some behavioural issues.

The following are examples of conditions and situations that may benefit from Myotherapy:

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Changes in Behaviour

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Post-Operative Care

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Compensatory Issues

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Ongoing Lameness

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Hip/Elbow Dysplasia


''Archie is less tight in his joints and specifically the lower back which is usually noticeably tight to anyone who treats him. This was the case after treatment number two so that is very effective!

Amy showed me what to do when she was massaging Archie so I understood what I should then be doing which was great and she sent me documents as a reminder for later down the line which I appreciated. She is very knowledgeable and explains it in a way that is easy to understand and is logical.''

Archie's owner, Kirsty

Covering York, Hull, Pocklington, Driffield, Malton, Pickering and East Yorkshire