Animal Physiotherapy Solutions
Servicing areaUnderwood, Queensland
Welcome to Animal Physiotherapy Solutions
Physiotherapy is widely recognised in human medicine as being effective in the treatment and rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries, arthritis, neck and back pain and following fractures or surgery.
Qualified animal physiotherapists are registered human physiotherapists who have undergone further study to enable them to transfer their skills in assessment and treatment to animals.
The aims of physiotherapy are to aid the animals healing capacity by reducing pain and inflammation, improving joint range of motion and muscle strength, thereby restoring movement, function and quality of life.
Lindsey Connell has had many years experience treating both musculo-skeletal and neuromuscular conditions in people and commenced treating animals in 1999. She completed her post graduate Masters in Animal Studies (Animal Physiotherapy) at the University of Queensland in 2004.
Since the completion of her Masters, she has been involved in teaching the animal physiotherapy component of the Masters in Animal Studies (Animal Physiotherapy) Course and has also presented at several Veterinary, Veterinary Nurse and Physiotherapy conferences.
Lindsey runs an established small animal practice both in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast, consulting from Veterinary Specialist Services Clinics in Underwood and Carrara.
Working at Veterinary Specialist Services has given Lindsey a wealth of knowledge and experience treating many different conditions from the acute trauma cases to the more unusual neurological conditions such as acute idiopathic polyradiculoneuritis and spinal dysfunction due to Fibro-cartilaginous emboli.
Lindsey Consults at Veterinary Specialist Services (Underwood)on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and is at the Gold Coast (Carrara) Clinic on a Monday afternoon and Thursday Mornings. For further details regarding appointment times and directions phone:
07 3841 7011 (Underwood)
07 5530 6370 (Carrara)
All animals require a Veterinary Referral prior to commencing treatment.
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