So Why Canine Massage?
What is CMT
CMT (Canine Myofunctional Therapy) is a non-invasive, therapeutic soft tissue massage and muscular manipulation specifically developed for dogs. Not only is it relaxing there are many associated health benefits. It is complimentary to Veterinary care. Canine Myofunctional therapists are considered soft tissue specialists. With an in depth knowledge of the muscles, skeleton, fascia, tendons, ligaments, joints and body systems they aim to achieve homeostasis – the optimum condition of health from a balanced metabolism, range of movement and psychological well being.
Benefits of CMT There are many physical and psychological benefits of CMT: Improves circulation and immunity systems; Increases nutrient supply to organs and eliminates toxic waste; Strengthens muscle and tendon integrity; Prevents muscle adhesions, spasm and repairs scar tissue; Increases range of movement and flexibility to allow ease of movement and prevent injury;
Consultations and treatments are performed in the comfort of your home. Consultations include observation and analysis of your dog’s: Health and medical historydog-on-grass Lifestyle and environment Muscular/skeletal balance Soft tissue diagnosis Range of movement CMT outcomes and well being recommendations Typically a treatment ranges between 45 – 60 minutes.