Cats can also benefit from physiotherapy & rehabilitation after injury, illness & surgery

Cats are great athletes, known for always landing on their feet. It can be harder to tell if a cat is not feeling their best. Signs to look out for are:

 Cat Physiotherapy - manual therapy to mobilise joints and stretch soft tissue

Cat Physiotherapy - manual therapy to mobilise joints and stretch soft tissue

  • Lameness or 'limping', stiffness, holding a paw up
  • Struggling to jump or climb 
  • Difficulty going up or down stairs 
  • No longer wanting to go outside, play, chase
  • Unusual dislike to being touched, picked up or groomed
  • Behaving differently or change in temperament e.g. aggressive, fearful, flattened ears, flicking tail

With your vet's consent, 4 Point Physio could help your cat with the following problems:

  • Bone, muscle, tendon or ligament injuries
  • Wounds or scar tissue
  • Loss of mobility following surgery e.g. fracture repair, limb amputation, femoral head & neck excision
  • Joint problems e.g. osteoarthritis
  • Neurological conditions or spinal injuries
  • Weight gain or obesity
  • Reduced activity in elderly cats
 Cat Physiotherapy - custom made wheels for this cat with a spinal injury enables improved independence & quality of life

Cat Physiotherapy - custom made wheels for this cat with a spinal injury enables improved independence & quality of life

4 Point Physio provides tailored treatment for your cat to help relieve pain, restore function & recover quality of life, using various tools:

  • Soft tissue massage & release 
  • Joint mobilisations
  • Active and passive stretches
  • Exercise therapy targeting range of movement, strength & stability
  • HYDROTHERAPY - click here
  • Electrotherapy
  • Owner education & advice

 

Prices:

Assessment + First Treatment: £45

Follow-up Treatment: £40