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"Physio vet were brilliant in the treatment of my old lady Tabitha, some 6 years ago. The treatment for her arthritis gave her visible relief. She was chilled and relaxed and clearly enjoyed thr administration of the treatment. Alas, she went downhill suddenly due to her age. We lost her at 19 and 5 months. I would have no hesitation in visiting with my current cats if and when the need is. " Deb Godfrey Facebook
"The best place for a diagnostic and treatment! Very nice people. Tell you accurately what is wrong with your pet even before you take it through the CT! Very knowledgeable, straight to the point, they have definitely earned my respect and if I have to, I will be going back! " Anna Patus-Sykes Google
"Met Dave yesterday as my dog had an allergic reaction, he knew what to do immediately and taught me what to do next time, really lovely and professional man and a lovely wife thanks again. " Rebecca Wragg Facebook
"Absolutely amazing. Buddy has been attending weekly for around 2 months and I’ve already seen a huge improvement In his hips! He gets so excited there as everyone is so lovely. The team are fabulous." Jessica Waltham Facebook
"David is probably the best canine physiotherapist in Europe." Gemma Del Pueyo Director of Teaching Veterinary Physiotherapy, University of Madrid, Spain.
"Just wanted to say thank you for the excellent service we received on Saturday when you gave Dotti an ‘Agility MOT’ and helped us with the problems she was having. I am pleased to report that she was more relaxed on Saturday evening than she had been for a while." HR. Shropshire Facebook
"Great aspirational staff who want to get your dog back to a good quality of life." Kirstie Ashworth Facebook
"Their absolute professionalism, coupled with an amazing caring ethos." Steve Darling Facebook

Veterinary Neurology Referrals

Veterinary Neurology Referrals

Our veterinary neurology referrals team deals with the diagnosis and management of neurological disorders in pets.

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What Is Veterinary Neurology?

Neurology is a specialist area of veterinary medicine which covers diagnosing and treating disorders of the nervous system. This includes the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, muscles and the neuromuscular junction. A huge range of conditions can be fully or partially explained by something affecting your cat or dog’s nervous system. These can include: loss of limb function, spinal pain, loss of balance, various muscle diseases and many more.

How Does Our Veterinary Neurology Service Work?

Our patients benefit from some of the best and latest technologies when it comes to diagnosing neurological conditions, and our Computed Tomography (CT) scanner provides invaluable diagnostic insight. As part of our veterinary neurology service, we also use blood tests and take cerebrospinal fluid samples to detect changes in fluid composition, which can give us useful information about what processes may be taking place. This is particularly helpful for certain infections or inflammatory conditions.

Once we have a clearer understanding of a pet’s condition, we can draw upon a wide range of treatment options. Our team finds that a multi-treatment approach often has the best results.

Our extensive veterinary physiotherapy facilities boast a water treadmill, hydro tank, laser therapy, electrotherapy, acupuncture and electroacupuncture, all of which can be invaluable to pets with neurological problems.

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Can A Dog Recover From Neurological Conditions?

This depends on your pet’s diagnosis. Unfortunately, not all neurological conditions can be cured. Much of our service adopts a management approach to treatment plans, rather than a curative one. Even for these patients, there is often so much that our caring, knowledgeable and enthusiastic team can do to improve and sustain a good quality of life for them.

What Happens At The Neurology Appointment?

  • An initial appointment will usually last 1 hour, enabling us to make a first assessment of your pet.
  • We may recommend additional diagnostic tests to help us more accurately identify your pet’s underlying condition. Some of these will require a sedation or general anaesthetic, and our team will make you aware of this.
  • Most treatment sessions last 30 minutes, and the recommended therapy plan will be tailored to the needs of each individual.
  • Frequency of therapy sessions will be discussed and can be adapted depending on your pet’s progress.
  • We keep owners informed of progress every step of the way, discussing all treatment options with complete transparency of fees because we believe that working as a team with owners brings about the best outcomes for pets.

How To Help A Cat Or Dog With Neurological Problems

Depending on your pet’s diagnosis, there may be some home adjustments that could help boost their quality of life. This could include home exercises or training, as well as physical additions to the house to help keep them comfortable. Please ask our friendly team if you have any questions.

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Telephone01270 586008


AddressThe Smithy, Crewe Hall Farm, Old Park Road, Cheshire CW1 5UE
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Telephone01782 489739

AddressVets Now Stoke, Lysander Road, Meir Park, Stoke-on-Trent, Cheshire ST3 7WD
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This project has been supported by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development Growth Programme with a grant towards the cost of the CT Scanner.

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