Sarah Ridd | Veterinary Therapist | Small Animal

Sarah can work wih your vet


Small animal, muscular skeletal therapy can be provided from small to large dogs & cats, to provide massage to maintain optimum range of movement or maintenance – as well as to improve range of movement and comfort.

Sarah can work with your vet to best support the needs of you and your pet, providing a full report for yourself that you can share with your veterinarian or paraprofessionals that you work with. Alternatively, Sarah can also speak directly to or email anyone you wish her to work with.

Sarah Ridd | Veterinary Therapist

Sarah Ridd | Veterinary Therapist

On your initial treatment, Sarah will take any medical history symptoms and concerns you may have. This will be followed by a dynamic assessment, analysing any asymmetry and dynamic deficit in the gate analysis - then this will follow with a static assessment which involves a visual assessment of any musculoskeletal asymmetry and muscle atrophy. From carrying out the dynamic and static assessment, Sarah will provide a bespoke treatment plan to effectively treat pain and improve comfort and suppleness. This may include forms of stretches, and in some instances, kinesiology taping.

If there is a suspected, undiagnosed lameness or pathology during assessment, Sarah always refers to your veterinarian.