Just like their owners, animal companions are complex and sophisticated individuals. They need all their physical and mental systems operating in harmony to enjoy optimum health and be happy! With a holistic approach, Pet Nurture’s mission is to provide specialist Canine and Feline Myofunctional and Low Level Laser Therapy, along with a range of mobile pet care services.
WHAT IS MYOFUNCTIONAL THERAPY?
Myofunctional Therapy is a Holistic Therapeutic treatment for dogs and cats that integrates remedial massage and stretching techniques. Myofunctional Therapy encourages proper muscle function and healing through manipulation of soft tissue in conjunction with stretching and aids restricted joint movement by addressing muscular dysfunction. It treats musculoskeletal problems, aids with specific health conditions and promotes overall health benefits.
Myofunctional Therapy Benefits:
- Improves circulation, blood and oxygen flow
- Helps with stress and anxiety
- Improves nutrient absorption and removes toxins from the blood
- Helps specific musculoskeletal and health problems
- Release of muscle tension, trigger points and spasms
- May improve performance, mobility, strength and flexibility
- Assists in injury prevention and extends companion animal to optimum capability
Treatments cannot be carried out on companion animals with any of the following conditions:
- Pregnancy (1st and 3rd trimester)
- Malignancy (cancer)
- Fractures (Acute stage)
- Severe muscle injury or torn ligament (7-10 days wait time)
- Surgery (7-10 days wait time)
All treatments are conducted from the comfort of your home where the animal companion feels comfortable and safe
Gift Voucher entitles recipient for one treatment and is redeemable by Sydney residents only.
Pet Nurture are not Veterinarians and do not diagnose any conditions, perform surgery or prescribe medications, they can assess the muscles as part of being a Canine Myofunctional Therapist. Muscle therapy is not a replacement for proper veterinary care and any injury or disease must be medically diagnosed and treated by a Veterinarian.