As the son of a vet I grew up in a house surrounded by animals in various states of health: from the more common: dogs, cats, sheep and horses to the more unusual: badgers, hedgehogs and for about 6 months, a seagull.
"Barley, our Golden Retriever has hip dysplasia and, at the age of 12 years old, all of the arthritic issues that come with that. For the past 4 years, Tom has helped manage Barley's condition, giving her a quality of life she would not otherwise have had. Tom has a magical touch with animals and Barley is always pleased to see him."
Sam Pociecha; Tisbury, Wiltshire."
The treatment itself consists of gentle movements of the joints to encourage their full range of normal movement and enable the attached soft tissues (muscle, tendon, ligament) to lengthen and contract to their full potential. This allows the body’s normal physiology to function at it’s full potential and reduces abnormal movement patterns caused by pain and muscle guarding.