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East Lothian Clinical Canine Massage Centre

Contact Information
Website:
Mobile: 07922 194501
Address:
4 Crowhill Cottages, Innerwick, Dunbar, United Kingdom EH42 1QT
Additional Opening Times:

Variable hours available.
Clients are notified of any closures as and when required.

Description:

This unique, strong, remedial massage for dogs works by releasing tight, sore muscles, removing debilitating ‘Knots’ or Trigger Points that cause referred pain and helps rehabilitate injuries by breaking down restrictive scar tissue caused by daily activities that may be responsible for your dog’s discomfort.

It can help to resolve many day-to-day mobility issues, a must for any dog owner concerned with their dog’s mobility and health. It can help give you answers for what you are seeing with your dog and importantly then do something about it with an hour of hands-on therapy.

Massage is a natural form of pain relief that can help to resolve soft tissue or muscular problems and helps support orthopaedic issues like Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia with tangible results.

The massage techniques used, (Swedish, deep tissue, sports and a myofascial release technique called The Lenton Method), have been under clinical trial analysis where findings show a 95% success rate in reducing and resolving muscular issues in 1-3 sessions.

Not only is this therapy good for current muscular issues it is a great way to maintain your dog’s muscular health therefore preventing injuries by keeping them in great shape for work, play and competition.

Hazel has been in practise now for 4 years following a 2 year training course to become a practitioner. She is a Member of the Canine Massage Guild which requires her to complete 25hr Continued Professional Development training per year.

Hazel is always happy to chat to you about your individual dog’s needs and is available for group talks about the massage therapy.

Contact Information
Website:
Mobile: 07922 194501
Address:
4 Crowhill Cottages, Innerwick, Dunbar, United Kingdom EH42 1QT
Additional Opening Times:

Variable hours available.
Clients are notified of any closures as and when required.

Description:

This unique, strong, remedial massage for dogs works by releasing tight, sore muscles, removing debilitating ‘Knots’ or Trigger Points that cause referred pain and helps rehabilitate injuries by breaking down restrictive scar tissue caused by daily activities that may be responsible for your dog’s discomfort.

It can help to resolve many day-to-day mobility issues, a must for any dog owner concerned with their dog’s mobility and health. It can help give you answers for what you are seeing with your dog and importantly then do something about it with an hour of hands-on therapy.

Massage is a natural form of pain relief that can help to resolve soft tissue or muscular problems and helps support orthopaedic issues like Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia with tangible results.

The massage techniques used, (Swedish, deep tissue, sports and a myofascial release technique called The Lenton Method), have been under clinical trial analysis where findings show a 95% success rate in reducing and resolving muscular issues in 1-3 sessions.

Not only is this therapy good for current muscular issues it is a great way to maintain your dog’s muscular health therefore preventing injuries by keeping them in great shape for work, play and competition.

Hazel has been in practise now for 4 years following a 2 year training course to become a practitioner. She is a Member of the Canine Massage Guild which requires her to complete 25hr Continued Professional Development training per year.

Hazel is always happy to chat to you about your individual dog’s needs and is available for group talks about the massage therapy.

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