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Dog Physiotherapy at Quinns Physiotherapy!!

Dog Physiotherapy at Quinns Physiotherapy!!

Dog Physiotherapy

Dog Physiotherapy at our Quinns clinic is here!!

Is the most important member of your family also requiring the care of our Physiotherapists?

By applying the principles of human physiotherapy to the anatomy and physiology of dogs, we can give your dog the same benefits as you would receive from a physiotherapy session.

If your dog suffers from arthritis, old age or a specific musculoskeletal disorder, then we might be able to help your dog feel like a puppy again!

We are dog lovers at the Quinns Clinic and can’t wait to help your beloved dog!!

. Canine Physiotherapy is becoming more popular as the benefits are becoming more evident in helping:

– Improved mobility, flexibility and balance

– Decreased pain and stiffness

– Increased fitness and exercise capacity

– Improved quality of life

Sessions can be claimed for rebate by some pet private health insurance companies but please contact your provider prior to attending your session for more information.

Call today for an appointment at our Quinns Physiotherapy to see if your dog could use a trip to the physio! Matthew Dewar is our excellent physio with this special interest in helping our your pooch.

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Our Clinics Supporting Charities

Our Clinics Supporting Charities

Together Quinns Physiotherapy, Ocean Keys Physiotherapy, Currambine Physiotherapy, Kinross Physiotherapy and Pearsall Physiotherapy want to make sure they are giving back to their local communities and worthy organization’s at any opportunity. Which is why we promise to consistently have “Charity Weeks” where a dollar from every treatment at all our clinics will be donated to a charity chosen by our patients.

Our staff have selected the first 3 charities we will be choosing from with anyone visiting Quinns Physiotherapy from Monday February the 10th- Saturday February the 15th having the chance to vote for which charity they would like to see receive the money.

Charity One: Lifeline, please visit for more information about this fantastic volunteer service (I know its fantastic because my Dad volunteers there!),

Charity Two: Safe Perth (Saving Animals From Euthanasia), as lovers of animals we had to sneak this one in!

Charity Three: The McGrath Foundation, as big supporters of cricket (ohh ahh Glenn McGrath) and having a few staff members with family members who have fought cancer, we know this is a more than deserved cause,

Thanks for all your support!

Ben and the whole Physio Team

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