Discover more about me, my journey, and what led me to be a Canine Myotherapist. Please see below for more information about why I do what I do, and why I love what I do.
Prices and Treatment Plans
Because every dog is different
I offer a free consultation the first time I see you and your dog, where we can discuss the most appropriate treatment plan. Following this, treatments are charged between £25 and £40 an hour, depending on location. I am always considerate not only to your dogs needs but understand budget can be a consideration too, I try and keep charges as reasonable as possible so treatments are accessible to all dogs.
My clients receive training in basic massage techniques they can do at home between treatments and an exercise plan. I keep in contact with your vet issuing regular updates and issue a full report after around 3 treatments. I can also formulate management plans with your vet where appropriate.
There are various treament plans that I offer
Galen Canine Myotherapy
A combination of Galen Canine Myotherapy and 3B laser treatment
3B Laser Treatment only
Functional Exercise planning
3B Laser only treatment £25
Laserpuncture (same as acupuncture without the needles!) £25
Galen canine Myotherapy £30
Canine laser and Myotherapy combination treatment £40
Prices are based on clinic appointments in Weston Longville Norfolk or Great Yarmouth, please note mileage may apply if you require a home visit.
I normally need to see your dog 2 – 4 times in the first instance one to two weeks apart and evaluate from there.
Treatments are available at Ruff's Hydrotherapy and Rehabilitation in Great Yarmouth
Treatments also available at The Pet Heath & Therapy Centre, Welling
I'm also lucky enough to have a treatment room at my house in Weston Longville
Your Own Home
For ultimate flexibility, I can also come to your home to treat (please speak to me regarding travel costings)
"Todd is an 8 year old greyhound who retired from racing after breaking a leg and Peggy is an 8 year old former street dog from Portugal who has arthritis in both elbows. After me, I think Vickie is my dogs’ favourite person. They thoroughly enjoy their treatments and it has had a marked improvement on their mobility and well-being."
Vickie China | Canine Myotherapist
Discover more about me, my journey, and what led me to be a Canine Myotherapist.
Galen Therapy Centre was established in 2002. It specialises in treating dogs with chronic muscular pain; enabling enhanced mobility and health. It also has been in the forefront of interpreting how behaviour and muscle pain manifest in our dogs.