Quick Question — Cost: FREE
Do you have a quick question for an Animal Physiotherapist? I will reply for Free within 1 business day to notify you if Physiotherapy can help your animal or if your question is suitable for a Comprehensive Assessment. To see examples of Quick Questions, click below.
Please understand that “Quick question” answers are limited to a short answer only, and may not fill the needs of a detailed question.
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Example Quick Questions
Q: My dog has been diagnosed with Hip Dysplasia. He is losing a lot of muscle in his back legs and having difficulty getting up. Can physiotherapy help?
Q: I have a Jack Russell who has been limping in his back leg. The vet tells me he has had a partial cruciate ligament injury. I do not want to have surgery (I cannot afford this). Is there anything else I can do for him?
Q: I would like to see an Animal Physiotherapist nearby. Can you recommend anyone in my area?
Q: I have a 13 year old Border Collie with arthritis. We have medications from the vet and I would like further information on how I can help to reduce his pain and get him back to exercise.
Q: My dog is very overweight and we are limited with our ability to exercise. Can you help?
Q: Can acupuncture help my dog with pain from getting old?
Q: My dog is competing in high level agility and has started missing his weave poles and not able to jump as well. Could physiotherapy help?
Q: My dog has stopped being able to get in and out of the car and looks very stiff in the morning. Can physiotherapy help?
Q: My 8 month old Labrador puppy has been diagnosed with elbow dysplasia. What can I do for this?
Q: I have a 6month old Kelpie puppy who is full of energy. What sort of exercise is appropriate for a dog at this age so I can tire him out?
Q: My dog woke up last night screaming in pain and was unable to turn his head. What can I do?
Q: I have a 4 year old Daschund who has recently had spinal surgery after being paralysed. He is home but I would like to know what to do to help his recovery. Can you help?
Q: My dog was hit by a car a few weeks ago and had surgery for pelvic fractures. He is having difficulty walking and losing muscle. I would like to know what to do at home to get him back on track. Can you advise me what to do?