Welcome to Physio-Vet

Physio-Vet is in Cheshire, set in the beautiful grounds of the Duchy of Lancaster, the recently refurbished Crewe Hall Farm provides a tranquil setting for your animal’s treatment.

The Physio-Vet Clinic is just 6 minutes from junction 16 of the M6. Physio Vet is run by a veterinary surgeon working in conjunction with a qualified ACPAT animal physiotherapist and two Registered Veterinary Nurses. The Physio Vet team have under gone extensive training over many years and are governed by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and the Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. We aim to create an environment where dogs are relaxed and feel comfortable to visit. We offer a range of treatments that will enhance the work done by vets, and also keep your dog healthy and happy. These include post-operative therapy, managing arthritis and weight as well as general fitness and conditioning. We also have a special interest in sports dogs, and returning them to full fitness.

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Sports dog owner lecture day at Physio-Vet

Back due to popular demand! Seminar Sunday 24th April at Physio-Vet   Injuries in Sporting Dogs and Their Prevention Lecture Day at Physio -Vet Exciting news for all Flyball/ Agility/ IPO/ Obedience dog owners: . The price is £72 (including VAT, notes, lunch and refreshments). To reserve a place please call the practice with payment on […]

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Drug Sensitivity in Collies and their Crosses

A certain sub-population of collies is more susceptible to certain wormers and other drugs than non-affected collies. This article attempts to explain why this is, which drugs to avoid or use with caution and how to get your dog checked for the drug sensitivity. Ivermectin In the 1980s a new wormer for cattle was launched […]

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Supraspinatus tendinopathy

This is condition that I am seeing more and more in agility dogs. The cause is thought to be repeated contact dismounts and landing from jumps. The clinical signs are a vague front leg lameness that may be mild or moderate and is often intermittent. Response to rest and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) is poor. […]

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