Treatment of dogs
What can I treat?
Many dogs may need treatment. Both as pain treatment in dogs with hip dysplasia or performance-enhancing treatment in eg agility dogs. I also help with rehabilitation after surgeries – disc herniation in the long dachshund backs and cruciate ligament injuries in the knees.
Dogs with the following problems may benefit from my treatment
- back problems (both lumbar and neck)
- hip dysplasia
- rheumatic disorders and arthritis, including old age problems
- paresis and paralysis
- postoperative treatment
- acute muscle, joint, ligament and tendon injuries
- gait disorders
Manual treatment / Osteopathy
Manual therapy and osteopathy treat musculoskeletal dysfunctions, ie. imbalances and imbalances in the body’s joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments using various techniques such as joint mobilization, joint manipulation indirect techniques and myofascial release
Cranio sacral therapy
– the craniosacral system is comparable to the blood system. It is the entire central nervous system in the form of brain mass, spinal cord and cerebral nerves. Surrounded by a fluid that is its nutrient – the cerebrospinal fluid. Surrounded by protective membranes, the outermost of which is quite inelastic and is called the hymen – dura mater. At the far end we find the skull, the entire spine and the sacrum.
– If this tissue has been affected somewhere in the skull, for example, it affects the entire craniosacral system that ends at the sacrum.
If your dog
- knocked his head
- has been depressed during his own birth, for example, coming out last
- has been up to fight
- have fallen or run into something
- hyperactivity, restlessness and abnormal behavior
– the craniosacral system may need to be corrected. It is easy and they love it, it gives a relaxed and relaxed dog.
Yoga is an ideal form of physical training of the body for a rider who often forgets himself in the training of the crew. It stretches the overly tense muscles and trains the weak ones – it is a combination of Pilates training and stretching – yolates you could also call it …
A locked jaw can propagate down into the shoulder, and problems in the body can propagate up to the jaw. So everything is connected, but in horses especially the jaw and teeth with the rest of the body. Therefore, it is important that equine dentists and manual therapists work closely together. I work together with several horse dentists, which makes it possible to correct the jaw and mouth when the horse is anesthetized.