Welcome to Jasper



Hello and welcome to Jasper. We have never seen a red maincoon before! Beautiful! And such a darling cat.

He has got a very loving mum. He managed to fracture his femur. It was seen quickly by the referral vets. It was pinned. But sadly this failed and he had to have revision surgery. This was to have the femoral head and neck removed.

His highly vigilant mum came for physiotherapy to ensure the best recovery, as she was encouraged to do so by her vet. We are so pleased that vets are now embrassing the benefits of physiotherapy for animals as much as they do in the NHS for people.

We started jasper on a muscle building and flexability programe. He took to it very well and as a result, his recovery has been outstanding. Keep following and we will post a video of him having some of his massage. Cats love physio too!

Keep up the good work mum and Jasper!

Watch “Cats love physiotherapy and massage too” on YouTube

Watch our new video "Cats love physiotherapy amd massage too" on youtube. 

Here you can see a few of our cats relaxing and enjoying thier physiotherapy and luxury massage sessions.

Many people can't believe how much cats can love a massage. But we know how to treat a cat well and put them at ease, meaning they are stress free and able to concentrate on how good they feel. This in turn means they relax and enjoy the experiance.



Physiotherapy on the exotic patient CPD

Yesterday we delivered training titled "Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy in the exotic patient". CPD is an essential part of staying current and being good at your profession. Many prefessions are obilgated to do a set number of hours to ensure they maintain thier qualification.

So we delivered this CPD to ensure physios are able to feel confident doing physio in the more unusual pets. But this did extend to the less unusual pets. Most physio courses focus on dogs and horses. So we developed this seminar to cover cats, rabbits and other species. 

Following the CPD the delegates were able to see how to look at the body of any specie and assess it. They would know what to look into to descover potential weakness that specie may have, in advance of seeing them. They then learnt how to assess the patient type. This included animals you may not concider good candidates. We can do physio on zoo animals and animals we can't touch. Its more challanging but its not impossible. They finally learnt ways of developing and adapting excercise regimes. 

It was a small group so that we could have some hands on time and not scare our rabbits. We had excellent feedback and it was very well recieved. 

Thank you to The Rabbit Crossing Rescue for providing 3 happy bunny's for the session.

It was held at Bracknell Leisure center which was a lovely venue. Thank you.

It was wonderful to meet so many lovely physios and student physios, keen to work on other patient types.