Animal Physical Therapy








Learn how physiotherapy can help your pet recover from an injury, relieve pain, increase movement, and generally improve their health.

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Learn how physiotherapy can help your pet recover from an injury, relieve pain, increase movement, and generally improve their health.

When your furball is injured, you would do anything to help. You want to relieve the pain. It hurts to see them limping or walking stiffly, agonizingly slowly.

What’s the best way to help? How can you put the spring back in your pet’s step?

Animal physical therapy is a hands-on, natural rehabilitation treatment to get those muscles and limbs working again. In this online course, you will see how physiotherapy uses physical methods – massage and exercise – to restore lost movement.

You’ll be shown the correct techniques to treat different parts of the body. Enjoy quality, hands-on time with your dog or cat as you massage away pain and exercise limbs to restore strength.

Confidently complement the work of your vet or animal physiotherapist to offer at-home treatments for your own pets to ease:

sore muscles
back problems
knees, elbows and other limbs
hip dysplasia
recovery after surgery
stiffness in older pets It’s fun for both of you and helps your furball feel better. We will walk you through everything you need to know about Animal Physical Therapy in easy-to-understand, jargon-free language.

For immediate, natural relief for pets, study this course now.


The skills you will master in this course include:

How to improve the mobility of specific joints (such as the elbow, hip, or knee) in a safe and sympathetic way
Reading the signs of pain in cats and dogs
Learning gentle exercises appropriate for animals with stiff joints due to conditions such as arthritis or an old injury (Working with the co-operation of your vet.)
Learn specific exercises for specific joints
Hints and tips for how to help your older pet moving around the home with more confidence, using ramps and assistive devices.
How to perform massage techniques on your pet to build muscle strength and help them relax. This includes effleurage, kneading, percussion, and also passive movement exercises
Knowing when physiotherapy could help your pet and recognizing when to avoid it
Learn easy and enjoyable exercises you can do at home to build your pet’s strength whilst having fun together
Know how to use heat therapy to relieve the nagging pain of a sore joint
Understand which nutritional supplements are most beneficial to your pet
Have an improved knowledge of dog anatomy
Know how and when to get your pet referred to a veterinary physiotherapist

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