Welcome to Move Unleashed, an animal therapies clinic in Port Stephens. We take a holistic approach to animal rehabilitation, considering the whole animal—mind and body—in order to create bespoke treatment plans. Working primarily with performance animals and those recovering from an illness, injury or surgery, we implement a combination of hands-on techniques, exercises and education to help our patients reach their full potential.
Whether your pet is dealing with a chronic condition or just needs some help getting back on their feet, we’re here to help. Our treatments are based on the latest scientific research and the Fear, Anxiety & Stress (FAS) Scale, a validated measure of an animal’s emotional state. This allows us to create a safe and comfortable environment for your pet while they undergo treatment.
If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, contact us on (02) 4982 9899. Our clinic is located in Medowie, convenient for clients from Soldiers Point to Raymond Terrace. We look forward to helping your animal live a pain-free, active life.
Animal Biomechanical Medicine is an evidence-based practice that uses a range of physical modalities to assess, treat and prevent musculoskeletal, neuromuscular and cardiorespiratory conditions in animals. We use various animal treatments for the following conditions:
We’re proud to partner with Noah’s Ark Vet Services in Medowie, which provides us with access to state-of-the-art facilities, diagnostic equipment and a team of highly skilled veterinary surgeons. We also work closely with The Pet Shop Boyz in Newcastle, where we often provide on-site treatments and advice.
We use acupuncture, herbs and other traditional Chinese medicine techniques to help pets in Port Stephens with a wide range of conditions. From pain relief to stress reduction, our team can create a treatment plan tailored to your pet’s needs.
ABM is a safe and effective treatment for musculoskeletal disorders in animals. ABM practitioners are trained in the proper use of all techniques and will tailor each treatment to your animal’s individual needs.
Yes, acupuncture has been used to treat animals for centuries and is gaining popularity as a treatment option for pets in the Western world. A growing body of scientific evidence supports its efficacy for various conditions in animals.
Yes, our treatments are a very safe option for animals. We will thoroughly assess your animal before starting any treatment to ensure that it is appropriate for them.