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Kristine Edwards

Newcastle, Central Coast and Sydney Animal Therapy

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Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy & Acupuncture for animals.

About Us

Servicing area

Leichhardt, New South Wales

Focus areas

Elderly Stress Management Love Lifestyle Hydrotherapy Joint Mobilization


We offer a wide range of services, including:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Hydrotherapy &
  • Acupuncture for animals

We also treatment a range of issues including:

  • Back problems
  • Neurological conditions
  • Pre & post operative cases
  • Old age related diseases

We provide expert advice and the correct exercise programs for weight control, conditioning, strengthening and rehabilitation. Staffed by experienced animal physiotherapists & acupuncturists. We work in conjunction with your vet to ensure the best possible outcome for your animal.

To read more about our the services or to find the best treatment for your Pet, just visit our Website

About Kristine Edwards

Kristine Edwards is a physiotherapist and acupuncturist with over 20 years experience.

She has managed her own two (human) physiotherapy clinics, has been treating animals for the last 12 years and is the owner of Sydney Animal Physiotherapy, the first animal physio clinic in Sydney. Kristine is a qualified yoga teacher & pilates instructor, rides her horse, Goldie, in her (rare!) spare time, also loves to dance, in particular, rock and roll, jazz & belly dance.

All this is to say Kristine is passionate about exercise, movement & keeping one’s body healthy, strong & agile for as long as possible. her horse is 31 years old and still loves to canter, and one of Kristine’s favourite pictures is that of an 85 year old yoga devotee doing an extreme backbend.

Whether we are people or animals, we should continue to move well and happily, without discomfort, for most of our lives. This comes down to a healthy lifestyle, good diet and plenty of appropriate exercise. It also is dependent on attending to problems when they arise: so many people bring themselves in for treatment after they have had a problem for a long time; often people say of themselves (and their animals) “thought nothing could be done,” “it’s just old age” etc.

The Eastern philosophy of having regular treatment while you are well, to stay well, is vastly different to our philosophy of putting up with a problem until we are no longer able to ignore it.


Please read the following Testimonials from some of our previous clients:

"Our 11 and a half year old German Shepherd Dog, Rahman, had to undergo a Tibial Tuberosity Advancement procedure on his left knee. Prior to us discovering, through x-rays, that Rahman was suffering, he was lethargic . . . . . . "

"Seventeen year old male cat, walking with a limp and a wide legged gait, presumably due to arthritis and back pain. Devils vet suggested we try acupuncture for pain control. (also warned me about the cat . . . . ."

"Fit female 10year old X-chow. In February she had surgery to repair her right cruciate ligament (knee ligament). She initially had treatment and was progressing well. In May she started limping and . . . . . . . "

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