Physiotherapy for dog hip dysplasia
In this video, veterinary physiotherapist Barbara Houlding explains how hydrotherapy and physical therapy can help dogs who suffer from hip dysplasia. Barbara explains exactly what happens anatomically when hip dysplasia occurs and as it is worsening.
Barbara discusses the care and management techniques that can have both a positive and negative effect on a dog with hip dysplasia and the predisposing factors for a dog getting hip dysplasia.
Barbara covers many aspects of this affliction and also gives examples of the many ways a dog can be helped, along with looking at any pain medication that may be needed.
Keep an eye out for our other videos on pain management and other therapies such as Bowen or Galen massage that could also be of benefit to your dog.
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