Does your dog suffer from any of the following symptoms?
- Lameness or favoring one limb over another?
- Have you noticed any improper balance or incorrect tracking when walking?
- Does your dog exhibit any hesitation to perform normal movements?
- Does your dog have limited movement-range of motion or bending?
- Have you noticed any licking & biting at skin or fur, growling, whining, shortened/labored breathing, etc?
If you answered yes to any of these questions your pet may have some body alignment issues such as hip dysplasia or other connective tissue inflammation which results in your pets physical dysfunction.Â
Canine Corrective Bodywork can help.Â After a Functional Movement assessment and structural assessment you’ll be able to have a better idea of any dysfunctional areas and treat and correct the dysfunction.
Functional movement is the foundation of health which creates the pathway to superior performance in all animals.
The source of functional movement is proper muscle function & skeletal alignment.
Corrective canine bodywork prevents injury and increases an animalâ€™s capacity to build functional strength-resulting in outstanding posture & fluid movement that is imperative improving his ability to overcome limitations and live an active healthy life.
Kristen Boss specializes in Equine & Canine Corrective Bodywork using Functional Movement Screening, Myofascial Release Therapy and Corrective Body Work to naturally treat your pet’s physical dysfunctions.Â She is a certified Myofascial Release Therapist specializing in trigger point therapy, deep tissue and structural integration bodywork techniques.
Family companions are put down every year before their time or subject to constant medication to alieve their symptoms due to complications originating from physical dysfunction.Â Corrective Canine Massage , paired with structural adjustments, can prevent further joint damage and effectively eliminated complications from hip dysplasia.
Help your pet live a long and comfortable life with Canine Corrective Bodywork!
Upcoming FREE Educational Seminars and Assessments!
Wednesday, October 24 7 PM – 8 PMÂ | Edwardsville
Call today to reserve a spot for you & your dog!Â Space is limited.
Edwardsville – (618) 692 – 4729