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  • Contact - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    Centre Hogs Back Guildford Surrey GU3 1AG United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 44 0 1483 811172 44 0 1483 811876 fax number Click here for a Google map and directions Quick Menu Training Rehabilitation Hydrotherapy Veterinary Physiotherapy Inpatient Care Pain Management Acupuncture Virtual Tour Gallery The Barney Fund Newsletter Sign Up Name Email Quote The greatness of a

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  • Hydrotherapy - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    and Veterinary Physiotherapists All members of the team are RCH s and on the list of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists maintained by NARCH This means we work to the highest ethical and care standards in the UK and you can be sure that the member of staff looking after your pet is both well trained qualified and experienced Hydrotherapy pool 10 x 5 metres one of the largest in the UK Size allows relaxed natural behaviour and motivation Allows early rehabilitation where reduced weight bearing or load on joints is important post surgery or injury Resting and treatment platforms allow physiotherapy treatment and massage in the pool Heated to 29 30 degrees C relaxing and pain relieving Swim jets for neurological input or to increase effort and build muscle Water treadmill Allows observation and filming from all sides Allows early rehabilitation for spinal injury surgery patients Hydrotherapists can be hands on to aid correct gait Water height can be adjusted to decrease increase weightbearing Water height can be adjusted to achieve movements we require Speed and duration can be adjusted to achieve optimal gait Useful for dogs that are nervous about swimming Hydrotherapy can be used to Decrease pain Increase sensory perception Relax muscle tension or spasm Reduce oedema swelling Increase joint range of movement Increase muscle bulk strength and tone Improve muscle patterning and recruitment extremely important for spinal injury dogs learning to walk again Prevent secondary complications as a result of limb disuse muscle contracture gait abnormalities Help earlier return to normal life or work important for assistance or police dogs Slow the progression of the effects of degenerative disease including osteoarthritis and degenerative myelopathy Improve quality of life especially for older or disabled dogs Quick Menu Training Rehabilitation Hydrotherapy Veterinary Physiotherapy Inpatient Care Pain Management Acupuncture Virtual Tour

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  • Training/Rehabilitaion - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    If it does not say Greyfriars it isn t Rehabilitation Hydrotherapy Veterinary Physiotherapy Inpatient Care Pain Management Acupuncture Training Greyfriars is the leading veterinary practice in the UK for rehabilitation and hydrotherapy referrals so our students have unrivalled opportunities to work with our therapists and meet our patients and clients Click to read more Quick Menu Training Rehabilitation Hydrotherapy Veterinary Physiotherapy Inpatient Care Pain Management Acupuncture Virtual Tour Gallery The

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  • Contact - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    Centre Hogs Back Guildford Surrey GU3 1AG United Kingdom This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 44 0 1483 811172 44 0 1483 811876 fax number Click here for a Google map and directions Quick Menu Training Rehabilitation Hydrotherapy Veterinary Physiotherapy Inpatient Care Pain Management Acupuncture Virtual Tour Gallery The Barney Fund Newsletter Sign Up Name Email Quote The greatness of a

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  • Training - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    treadmill outdoor exercises and rehabilitation areas treatment rooms and inpatient unit We offer a range of courses including our 9 day Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals and Continuing Professional Days Our lecturers include US trained Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioners Veterinary Physiotherapists MSc Vet Physio ACPAT Cat A Member of the RCVS RVNs and a Certified Technician from the Institute of Swimming Pool Engineers We are accredited by the BVNA British Veterinary Nursing Association as part of their CPD Partners Scheme accredited to provided qualifications by ABC Awards and an approved training provider for NARCH National Association of Registered Canine Hydrotherapists Our centre is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Surrey countryside with excellent access from London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports by train or road Overseas Students Students from overseas are very welcome at Greyfriars We have trained people from Australia Canada Europe India New Zealand Singapore South Africa UAE and USA Our quoted course fees include Value Added Tax VAT at 20 Course fees are zero rated for VAT if you are not a European Economic Community resident Greyfriars is situated 3 miles from the town of Guildford in Surrey By train The nearest railway station is Guildford which is on the mainline between London Waterloo and Portsmouth Half hourly fast train services run from London Waterloo to Guildford with journey times of 40 minutes For further information call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484 950 By air Via London Heathrow Rail air link coaches leave Terminal 2 for Woking railway station from 6 30am to 10 50pm picking up from Terminals 3 1 and 4 Between 6 30am and 8 30pm they run every half an hour otherwise it is an hourly service Journey time to Woking is one hour There are frequent

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  • Veterinary Physiotherapy - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    small animal veterinary physiotherapy However along with her work with dogs she also treats horses and is currently researching Surface EMG activity of the rectus abdominis muscle at stand walk and trot in horses with various cervical postures Kate has a varied case load of orthopaedic neurological and musculoskeletal referrals and has experience with both hydrotherapy and land based rehabilitation cases She is a Physiotherapy Clinical Educator and is working with Greyfriars to develop their portfolio of CPD courses for veterinary professionals Animals can t tell us where their pain is or if they have injured themselves and they are often clever at hiding their discomfort Working with people first allows physiotherapists to sensitise their hands and to refine their treatment techniques They also develop a keen eye for seeing subtle movement abnormalities This experience is invaluable and allows Veterinaryl Physiotherapists to be very sensitive to the identification and treatment of problems in animals Valuable feedback gained from treating people is essential to adapt treatment techniques for use on animals They are often far more sensitive than humans just think of how quickly a horse can sense and twitch a fly from its skin therefore an experienced gentle and re assuring touch is needed to treat animals Physiotherapy can ease the pain of dogs and cats with a range of problems including arthritis sprains strains back pain and performance problems as well as post operative rehabilitation Dogs with spinal and neurological problems can also benefit greatly from physiotherapy Any animal from ageing pets to elite athletes in competition can benefit from appropriate physiotherapy treatment which is tailored to the individual animal s needs A variety of soft tissue techniques e g massage Joint techniques e g mobilisations and stretches and electrotherapy treatments e g LASER ultrasound TENS are incorporated into

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  • Inpatient Care - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    you work full time In a home environment the physical challenge of managing a dog that either cannot walk or can only walk with difficulty should not be underestimated Some clients simply prefer professionals to continue looking after their dog or cat so that they are receiving the best possible care Outpatient appointments may not allow enough time to achieve the hours of care physiotherapy and rehabilitation required for recovery Occasionally our clients live too far away to make daily travel to Greyfriars practical Greyfriars can also offer respite care for families or individuals with disabled or geriatric pets Some of our inpatients boarders are simply too vulnerable to be cared for in kennels Because patients may stay for a long time we encourage owners and family members to visit We spend time teaching owners how to care for their dog or cat perhaps by teaching handling skills and the use of harnesses so they are confident in their ability to provide good care when their pet returns home We can sell or loan the necessary equipment to make coping at home easier and provide telephone support and advice to ease the transition after discharge from Greyfriars The inpatient and rehabilitation unit is designed to high veterinary standards but decorated and furnished to give a more homely feel than is normally found at a veterinary practice or hospital Our walk in kennels are extra large to accommodate even the biggest giant breed dog and are made of white fibreglass chosen for warmth quiet and comfort The kennels and treatment rooms are equipped with DAP diffusers which aid in reducing stress in companion animals TV and radio are also available when needed to create a calm atmosphere and help patients to feel at home We have a private garden area just

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  • Pain Management & Acupuncture - Greyfriars Rehabilitation & Hydrotherapy Centre
    to us as a negative emotional experience which can seriously alter demeanour and affect quality of life Diagnosing pain in animals particularly chronic pain can be very difficult It is easy to think that stiff movements or slowing down is a normal part of the aging process Signs of pain may be expressed as a new behaviour such as a limp or a different walking style alternatively it may be an absence of a normal behaviour such as jumping into the car that may aid us in diagnosing pain During the 45 minute consultation Susanna will perform a clinical examination of your pet and discuss their behaviour In combination with a thorough medical history from your referring vet she will then be able to advise on options to manage the pain and tailor the programme to your pet There are different options available for pain management including conventional veterinary pharmaceuticals and complimentary therapies such as acupuncture These will be discussed in the consultation taking into account what is suitable for both you and your pet Acupuncture Acupuncture is a therapy based on insertion of very fine needles into specific areas of the body in order to relieve pain and improve health There are two broad approaches to acupuncture the western approach and traditional Chinese medicine TCM Western veterinary acupuncture uses many of the same acupuncture points as TCM but explains point selection according to veterinary knowledge of anatomy of the musculoskeletal system and nervous system in animals TCM uses specific acupuncture points to address imbalances in energy flow Qi along channels or meridians through the body Practitioners may use one or other or a combination of the two approaches to achieve optimal results Acupuncture has been used successfully in animals to treat the following Musculoskeletal pain pain originating from muscles

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