Abington Park Veterinary Group - Physiotherapy Listing ID: 1856



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Listing Began: Saturday, June 30, 2018

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Our Practices

Abington Park is a friendly, caring, small animal vet practice first established in 1985.   We are a 10 vet, 3 centre group, providing a service for cats, dogs, rabbits, small furries and exotics, across Northampton and beyond both to our own clients  and on a referral basis from other practices.

We know as well as anyone that you consider your pet to be a member of your family. That is why, although we have grown, the whole team here recognises the importance of a personal and friendly service, and works continually to provide the continuity of care that helps deliver the best veterinary care.

We have practices in Abington, Moulton and the St James area of Northampton

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
The process of healing can start in earnest after surgery is complete. The patient’s treatment in the hours days and weeks immediately post surgery is vitally important to ensure a good outcome and physiotherapy effectively bridges the gap between surgery and full recovery. 

Physiotherapy can be used post surgery, post injury, for pre-surgical conditioning and for general pain management. It helps manage pain, maintains and rebuilds muscle mass, improves mobility and joint function, can improve strength and balance, aids with weight control and overall improves general quality of life. 

We are able to provide rehabilitation to both in-patients and out-patients. Treatments offered include massage, heat and cold therapy, therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and development of home exercise plans. The cat in picture 2 is undergoing neuromuscular electrical nerve stimulation this is helps to promote muscle mass in regions of atrophy, in this case sciatic nerve damage sustained during pelvic trauma sustained in a road traffic accident. The dog in picture 1 is on a Swiss Ball, which is used as an aid to support weight bearing and allow balancing in the post operative period.



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