At Move Unleashed, the health and wellbeing of your animal companion are our number one priority. That’s why we offer a wide range of rehabilitation services to help them stay fit, healthy and happy. Animal chiropractic is a vital part of preventative healthcare for pets of all ages and can help improve the quality of life for those suffering from injuries, arthritis and other conditions.
Our veterinary professionals specialise in equine and canine physiotherapy. We use a combination of hands-on techniques, exercises and education to create bespoke treatment plans for each patient. Our treatments are based on the latest scientific research and the Fear, Anxiety & Stress (FAS) Scale, ensuring each animal receives the best possible care.
You’ll find our clinic in Medowie, just a short drive from Newcastle, Broadmeadow and Carrington. Contact our team today on (02) 4982 9899 to book an appointment.
In the realm of animal health and performance, animal biomechanical medicine stands as a modern frontier. This cutting-edge field harnesses the power of advanced chiropractic techniques, osteopathic manipulations and targeted soft tissue therapies to unlock the full potential of an animal’s musculoskeletal system. By delving into the intricacies of biomechanics, our team strive to improve the way animals move, function and excel, leading to enhanced overall wellbeing and optimal performance.
Whether your pet is suffering from pain, decreased mobility or decreased quality of life, animal chiropractic may be able to help with:
Move Unleashed works in partnership with Noah’s Ark Vet Services in Medowie. We have access to some of the best veterinary surgeons and diagnostic equipment, which helps us provide high-quality rehabilitation services for dogs, cats and horses. We also work closely with The Pet Shop Boyz in Newcastle, where we often provide on-site physiotherapy services and advice.
The beauty of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is its holistic approach. Rather than simply masking symptoms, TCM looks at the root cause of an illness or injury. We use acupuncture and herbs to help pets in Newcastle recover from injuries and improve their overall health.
Animal biomechanical medicine (ABM) is a branch of veterinary medicine that focuses on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disorders in animals. ABM practitioners use a variety of techniques to assess and treat these disorders, including manual therapy, exercise therapy and acupuncture.
Yes, acupuncture is considered a safe and effective treatment option for animals when performed by a qualified veterinarian. There are few side effects associated with acupuncture, and most animals tolerate the procedure well.
Animal physiotherapy is the application of physical techniques to promote, maintain and restore animal function and well-being. It covers a wide range of conditions, such as muscle wastage, joint pain, rehabilitation following injury or surgery and neurological problems.
Yes, as animals age, they often start to experience problems with their musculoskeletal system. Our treatments can help improve your animal’s quality of life by managing pain and improving mobility.