Animals are constantly on the move—whether they’re running, jumping, playing or just going about their everyday activities. That’s why, at Move Unleashed, we specialise in holistic animal chiropractic, physiotherapy and rehabilitation services, helping our patients move better and pain-free. We work with all kinds of animals—from performance athletes to those recovering from an injury or surgery.
Whether your animal is suffering from acute or chronic pain, we can help. We offer a comprehensive range of treatments based on the latest scientific research, including hands-on techniques, exercises and education. We use the Fear, Anxiety & Stress (FAS) Scale to ensure your animal is always comfortable and relaxed during treatment.
Our clinic is located in Medowie, just a short drive from Maitland, East Maitland and Rutherford. Contact our team today on (02) 4982 9899 to book an appointment.
Animal biomechanical medicine is an emerging discipline dedicated to enhancing the musculoskeletal wellbeing and performance of animals through a combination of innovative chiropractic methods, osteopathic approaches and specialised soft tissue techniques. By employing these advanced practices, our team strive to optimise the biomechanics of animals, allowing them to move with increased efficiency, comfort and grace.
If your pet is suffering from pain, mobility issues or decreased quality of life, animal chiropractic may be able to help. Some of the conditions this treatment can treat include:
We share our facility with Noah’s Ark Vet Services in Medowie, which gives us access to top-of-the-line equipment and a team of exceptional veterinary surgeons. We also work with The Pet Shop Boyz, offering our services and advice at their Newcastle pet supplies store.
Acupuncture, herbal medicines and food therapy are all elements of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). We use TCVM to help pets in Maitland with various conditions, including pain management, allergies and digestive problems.
ABM practitioners use a combination of manual therapy, exercise therapy and acupuncture to treat musculoskeletal disorders. Manual therapy techniques such as massage and manipulation can help to relieve pain and improve range of motion. Exercise therapy can help to strengthen the muscles and joints and improve flexibility. Acupuncture can help to alleviate pain and promote healing.
Acupuncture can be used to treat a wide variety of medical conditions in animals, including pain management, gastrointestinal disorders, respiratory disorders and musculoskeletal problems.
By optimising your animal’s musculoskeletal system, physiotherapy can help improve their strength, flexibility and endurance. This can, in turn, lead to improved performance, whether in competition, work or everyday life.
Yes, physiotherapy can be very beneficial in rehabilitating injured animals. Your physiotherapist will work with you to create a bespoke rehabilitation programme tailored to your animal’s individual needs. This may include exercises, massage, hydrotherapy and electrotherapy.