Happy Owners and Happy Pets

"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

Shock Wave Therapy

Shock Wave Therapy

As one of the UK’s leading small animal orthopedic referral clinics, we use Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy to accelerate the healing process and treat certain chronic conditions.

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What Is Shock Wave Therapy?

A shock wave is an extremely strong pressure wave that pulses for a very short time (circa 10 milliseconds). The pulse is so strong, it breaks the sound barrier and creates the shockwave that transfers into the designated area of the body. The use of shock wave therapy (ESWT) has been around for many years and its uses are plentiful. The way it works is by interacting with tissues creating microfractures, which in turn cause a new inflammatory response. This effect is beneficial for tissue repair, regrowth and improved mobility.

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How Do We Use Shockwave Therapy?

Shock wave therapy can be used to manage chronic tendon and ligament injuries in dogs by breaking down calcified deposits, which can cause stiffness and pain in limb tendons. As therapy assists with pain, swelling, and inflammation in the limbs, it is often used in conjunction with medication or other therapies.

The level of intensity will depend on the severity and discussed treatment of your pet. Sedation is sometimes used to keep your pet comfortable and stress free during therapy, and we will make sure you are happy with our plans.

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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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