Dogs can suffer pain and injury, particularly after strenuous exercise, or from accidents, slips and falls. They may be quieter than usual and unwilling to exercise, and may not moving comfortably or dislikes a particular part of their body being touched.

Regularly treated conditions:

  • Joint stiffness
  • Muscle spasm
  • Short steps
  • Back tenderness
  • Loss of performance
  • Difficulty performing activities: such as jumping into the car
  • Injuries from training: e.g. in racing greyhounds or agility dogs
  • Degenerative conditions such as arthritis
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries
  • Aiding with post surgery rehabilitation

You will need permission from your vet for an osteopath to treat your dog.

A session will take approximately one hour. This includes case history taking, full physical examination and bio-mechanical assessment, treatment and specific advice such as stretches and exercises.

Dogs are treated in their home or an environment where they feel safe and relaxed.

About Bramley Osteopaths

Becky Hall has completed an MSc in Paediatric Osteopathy and has experience working in the neonatal intensive care unit at Barnet Hospital, as well as in the Foundation for Paediatric Osteopathy Clinic in London.


Learn more about Osteopathy

Osteopathy uses a variety of treatments to ensure the correct alignment of your back and muscles, easing muscle tension to restore your body’s natural self-healing abilities.