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  Physiotherapy for Other Species  

The North Devon Vet Physio works with not only horses and dogs, but also many other species of animals, including cattle, cats and our small furries. 
All these species can benefit from veterinary physiotherapy, including recovery from nerve damage to increasing the yields of dairy cows.
Cat

Feline Physiotherapy

Whilst many cats may not tolerate manual therapies in the same way as dogs do, there are still a multitude of ways in which physiotherapy can be applied, such as laser therapy, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy and play-LED exercises.

Conditions or injuries physiotherapy can benefit include; osteoarthritis, fractures, spinal/pelvic injuries and neurological diseases.

Farm Animal Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy for farm animals is an underestimated area of rehabilitation. Just like horses, farm animals can suffer from injury, disease of simple pain that can have negative effects on their production yields and, more importantly, their welfare.

The North Devon Vet Physio strives to increase the awareness of livestock physiotherapy and help more animals relieve the benefits of physiotherapy.

Conditions or injuries physiotherapy can benefit include; limb deformities and nerve damage.

Small Furries Physiotherapy

Small furries, including rabbits, Guinea pigs and ferrets can also benefit from veterinary physiotherapy.

Conditions of injuries physiotherapy can benefit include; osteoarthritis, fractures, spinal injury, neurological diseases and soft tissue injuries.

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