Animal Health and Behaviour

• McTimoney Animal Manipulation

• Tellington Ttouch Training

“For optimum health, performance and wellbeing”

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Why should my animal have physical therapy?

 

Body tissues including bones, muscles and ligaments adapt to the physical demands placed upon them.   Physical exercise and movement increases strength, refines muscle tone, improves circulation, removes toxins, stimulates healing and regeneration and generally keeps the body working efficiently.   Anything that reduces mobility has a detrimental effect on these functions and can lead to premature ageing, degeneration of the body tissues and other health issues.  Proprioception (awareness of where your body is) is also known to decline with lack of movement and when there is nerve interference.

 

All too often animals are wrongly  labelled as being stubborn, lazy or nasty when they are merely reacting to restrictions in their body and unable to respond as we would like them to

 

McTimoney adjustments restore mobility to spinal joints and allow the body to use its self healing ability to restore optimum function to the nervous system.  Tellington Ttouch training can be likened to Pilates in the human world, helping to strengthen the core muscles that support the spine and increasing general flexibility and balance, as well as helping with an array of behaviour or training problems.

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Benefits of treatment:

 

Relief from pain and discomfort

 

Relief from muscle tension and spasm

 

Improved muscle tone

 

Increased  circulation

 

increased suppleness and range of movement

 

Increased performance

 

Increased resistance to disease

 

Decreased risk of injury

 

Delay the ageing process

 

Reduced behavioural problems (due removal of pain/stress)

 

Maintain optimum function of the nervous system and  all body systems