Canine

Michelle uses a variety of therapies to tailor each session to suit the individual dog.

Before a session can commence Michelle will need Veterinary consent which can either be gained by yourself or Michelle can contact them on your behalf.

Please download this form to fill in and give to your vet beforehand.

When Michelle arrives at your house, she will carry out an initial static assessment of your dog in its home environment.  Then she will ask for a dynamic assessment to see the dog moving/running and may need to see them perform the tasks that are of most concern if there is a particular issue.

Then Michelle will conclude her findings and tell you if she is happy to continue or if not she will refer her findings to your Veterinary Surgeon at this point with no further therapy.

If Michelle is happy that she can help your dog she will carry out her session using either Mc Timoney-Corley, myofascial release or accupressure, but in most cases a mixture of all these will be used ensuring your pet will be happier and more comfortable at the end of the session.

Michelle uses her techniques on canines to great effect

GIZMO2 Mc Timoney-Corley

photo 2 Accupressure

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Michelle works in compliance with the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 which requires her to gain veterinary permission before the animal is treated.  It is illegal for anyone to treat an animal without veterinary consent.