Clinical Canine Massage comes to South Lanarkshire
Jude Anderson has recently qualified as a Clinical Canine Massage Therapist from the Canine Massage Therapy Centre. She has recently launched her business- Perfect Stride Clinical Canine Massage and is a member of the Canine Massage Guild. Jude is trained in four disciplines of massage including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sport and Myofascial release.
Jude said “This is a very exciting time for me, not only am I doing my dream job but the Lenton method I am trained in is currently undergoing clinical trials at University Centre Sparsholt and Winchester University Centre for Animal Welfare”
Canine massage is non invasive and excellent for the rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries and helping to support orthopedic issues such as arthritis and hip/elbow dysplasia. It can benefit any dog young or old, agility, sporting or just pets.
Dogs who undertake massage treatments will feel a difference and their owners will see a difference in 1-3 sessions. If your dog is experiencing any of the five principles of pain which include gait irregularities, postural changes, problems with activities of daily living, performance or behavioural issues then please get in touch with Jude through her Facebook page. As she is currently a mobile therapist, your dog can be treated in the comfort of their own home.
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