Blogs don't need to be filled with just technical stuff - right??! Just wanting to keep things light hearted today and share with you one of my favourite pics. They say a picture says a thousand words.... I just love this after shot of Albert (my bulldog x) with what looks like the face of realisation that his eyes might have been bigger than his belly!! I hope you all have a lovely day!
Unless you’ve been through it yourself with your dog (or watched super vet!), you may not be aware that dogs; just like people, can also experience problems with their spine and brain (neurological problems). One common condition that is treated by intensive physiotherapy is called Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE) and it is a disease of the spinal cord that is treated non-surgically. The level to which a dog can be affected by an FCE varies between each case, and maintaining
Of course it's not rubbish! If used in the right way for the right reasons massage can benefit numerous conditions! That said, like any physiotherapy treatment it really should be used alongside other forms of interventions in order to maximise patient outcomes. In the field of rehabilitation, massage describes the manipulation of soft tissues of the body for therapeutic benefit. Massage can have immediate effects on a patient (dog, horse, person) but in some circumstances ma