Treatments & Pricing

As a new patient, Osteo 4 Animals will perform a thorough assessment of your pet. We will combine these findings with the clinical information provided to us by your veterinarian order to develop a plan of management that will best suit your pet’s needs. Your veterinary refferal form is available here.

Treatments & Pricing

As a new patient, Osteo 4 Animals will perform a thorough assessment of your pet. We will combine these findings with the clinical information provided to us by your veterinarian order to develop a plan of management that will best suit your pet’s needs. Your veterinary refferal form is available here.

Treatments & Pricing

As a new patient, Osteo 4 Animals will perform a thorough assessment of your pet. We will combine these findings with the clinical information provided to us by your veterinarian order to develop a plan of management that will best suit your pet’s needs. Your veterinary refferal form is available here.

MOVE BETTER. FEEL BETTER. PERFORM BETTER.

Animal Osteopathy (also known as veterinary osteopathy) is the name given to osteopathy treatment when it applies to dogs, horses and occasionally other household pets and farm yard animals. It is a recognized system of treatment that uses physical techniques to remove tension and restriction in the animal’s musculoskeletal system. By treating the joints, muscles, tendons and nerves, the aim of osteopathy is to rebalance the body’s structures which therefore aids the animal’s function by relieving pain, preventing injury and maximizing movement and performance.

TREATMENTS

Osteopathic treatment can help resolve:

Canine

  • Front or Real Leg Lameness
  • Back or Neck Pain
  • Weakness in the Hind End (slow to get up, difficulty with stairs or jumping onto furniture or into cars)
  • Knee Problems (ACL tears, post surgivcal treatment or prevention of initical cruciate ligament tears)
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Arthritis/Joint Pain
  • Soft Tissue Conditions (ligament/tendon sprain)
  • Knee problems
  • Hip or Elbow Joint Dysplasia
  • Geriatric Dogs – stiffness and difficulty with overall mobility, poor quality of life
  • Asymmetric movement
  • Inury prevention and improved performance in your canine athlete
  • temporary or poor response to acupuncture, massage or physiotherapy treatments

Canine

  • Front or Real Leg Lameness
  • Back or Neck Pain
  • Weakness in the Hind End (slow to get up, difficulty with stairs or jumping onto furniture or into cars)
  • Knee Problems (ACL tears, post surgivcal treatment or prevention of initical cruciate ligament tears)
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Arthritis/Joint Pain
  • Soft Tissue Conditions (ligament/tendon sprain)
  • Knee problems
  • Hip or Elbow Joint Dysplasia
  • Geriatric Dogs – stiffness and difficulty with overall mobility, poor quality of life
  • Asymmetric movement
  • Inury prevention and improved performance in your canine athlete
  • temporary or poor response to acupuncture, massage or physiotherapy treatments

Canine

  • Front or Real Leg Lameness
  • Back or Neck Pain
  • Weakness in the Hind End (slow to get up, difficulty with stairs or jumping onto furniture or into cars)
  • Knee Problems (ACL tears, post surgivcal treatment or prevention of initical cruciate ligament tears)
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Arthritis/Joint Pain
  • Soft Tissue Conditions (ligament/tendon sprain)
  • Knee problems
  • Hip or Elbow Joint Dysplasia
  • Geriatric Dogs – stiffness and difficulty with overall mobility, poor quality of life
  • Asymmetric movement
  • Inury prevention and improved performance in your canine athlete
  • temporary or poor response to acupuncture, massage or physiotherapy treatments

Feline

  • Back or neck pain
  • Front or rear leg lameness Joint Lameness
  • Soft Tissue Pain
  • Geriatric Cats (stiff movement, reluctant to jump)
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Preventative treatment in middle age (5+ years)

Feline

  • Back or neck pain
  • Front or rear leg lameness Joint Lameness
  • Soft Tissue Pain
  • Geriatric Cats (stiff movement, reluctant to jump)
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Preventative treatment in middle age (5+ years)

Feline

  • Back or neck pain
  • Front or rear leg lameness Joint Lameness
  • Soft Tissue Pain
  • Geriatric Cats (stiff movement, reluctant to jump)
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Preventative treatment in middle age (5+ years)

Equine

  • Resistance to bend in one direction
  • Lameness or Stiffness (including laminitis)
  • Back or Neck pain
  • Assymetry in body (movement or posture)
  • Poor top line (Muscle imbalance)
  • Arthritis
  • Changes in mobility after trauma or surgery
  • Soft Tissue Conditions (inflammation or strain of tendons, ligaments, muscles)
  • Behaviour issues (refusing jumps, aversion to leg pressure, bucking)
  • Swelling in body areas
  • Pre-performance optimisation and injury prevention
  • Temporary or poor response to acupuncture, massage or physical therapy treatment

Equine

  • Resistance to bend in one direction
  • Lameness or Stiffness (including laminitis)
  • Back or Neck pain
  • Assymetry in body (movement or posture)
  • Poor top line (Muscle imbalance)
  • Arthritis
  • Changes in mobility after trauma or surgery
  • Soft Tissue Conditions (inflammation or strain of tendons, ligaments, muscles)
  • Behaviour issues (refusing jumps, aversion to leg pressure, bucking)
  • Swelling in body areas
  • Pre-performance optimisation and injury prevention
  • Temporary or poor response to acupuncture, massage or physical therapy treatment

Equine

  • Resistance to bend in one direction
  • Lameness or Stiffness (including laminitis)
  • Back or Neck pain
  • Assymetry in body (movement or posture)
  • Poor top line (Muscle imbalance)
  • Arthritis
  • Changes in mobility after trauma or surgery
  • Soft Tissue Conditions (inflammation or strain of tendons, ligaments, muscles)
  • Behaviour issues (refusing jumps, aversion to leg pressure, bucking)
  • Swelling in body areas
  • Pre-performance optimisation and injury prevention
  • Temporary or poor response to acupuncture, massage or physical therapy treatment

PRICING

Canine/Feline

Initial Consultation

Subsequent Consultation

Laser treatment (15 minute session)

Laster treatment (30 minute session)

Canine/Feline

Initial Consultation

$110

Subsequent Consultation

$75

Laser treatment (15 minute session)

$45

Laster treatment (30 minute session)

$75

$110

$75

$45

$75

Equine

Initial Consultation

Subsequent Consultation

Laser treatment (15 minute session)

Laster treatment (30 minute session)

Equine

Initial Consultation

$135

Subsequent Consultation

$95

Laser treatment (15 minute session)

$45

Laster treatment (30 minute session)

$75

*Travel charges may apply

$135*

$95*

$45*

$75*

VETERINARIANS

Working with your Veterinarian

 

Osteo 4 Animals supports evidence-based practice and we endeavor to communicate with your Veterinarian about the treatment/rehabilitation process at all times. By doing so, this will allow us to provide the best possible outcome for your pets.

Although it is not mandatory, a Veterinary Referral Form is provided to ensure that we have the most up to date clinical information about your pet and your referring veterinarian’s practice details.

Some insurance companies require a Veterinary Referral for claims to be processed. Please check with your insurer to determine if you are covered for Animal Osteopathic or Chiropractic Treatment.

 

For the Vet

To refer a patient to us we need to know a brief history about your patient’s complaint and your consent to start treatment. You can provide this information by downloading our online referral form.

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