Schlagwort-Archive: Physiotherapy

Feb 2019

Peppi, Bulldog – Flat Puppy Syndrome – Bioresonance & Physiotherapy

Peppi is a 3 week old english bulldog.

The breeder called me, because she had difficulties in standing and walking for a week already.

After the bioresonance analysis, the characteristic symptoms and the consultation with the veterinarian, the diagnosis was: Flat Puppy Syndrome.

In the case of a Flat Puppy Syndrome, the legs can no longer be brought under the body.

The puppies lie in breast position and only can crawl forward, while paddling with the legs.

It usually starts with the 2nd week of life and stays until about the 5th – 6th week.

The permanent lying deforms chest and joints, which can lead to further difficulties later.

In addition, breathing difficulties, constipation, skin problems caused by urine and feces, visual and nervous disorders and epileptic attacks can occur.

The exact cause is unknown, but there are some theories:

– puppies live on too hard and / or slippery floor

– gain weight too fast

– hereditary nerve functions development delay

Treatment options

First, make sure that the puppies have a soft, not slippery surface.

Physiotherapeutic support is very important.

I can only recommend Nadja Löhrer, www.tierphysio-pfotenhufe.de/.

In addition, we have tested with bioresonance analysis, which vital substances, minerals, vitamins, etc. Peppi needs, so that the nerves and the musculoskeletal system get functional again.

Peppi is doing well and no damages are retained.

Nov 2018

Arthrosis – Dog

Arthrosis is a joint disease that is caused by signs of wear and tear in the joints and can lead to movement restrictions and pain.

In Arthrosis, the cartilage in the joint becomes increasingly roughened and thinner,

the joint can become inflamed and bony material can form.

Usually, an arthrosis begins with the dog having trouble getting up.

The getting up and the first steps are difficult, they move stiff and lame.

Once the dog is moving, many of these symptoms disappear.

If pain comes to it, a dog stresses the joints less and thereby decreases muscle mass and so muscle weakness can develop.

Often they slip on floors – a piece of carpet can help here, especially in the water- and food bowl. Weiterlesen

Jan 2013

Mimi, cat – Lyme desease (borreliosis)

Mimi is a seven year-old house cat and for the last 3–4 years has suffered symptoms of palsy in her hindquarters, general weakness and biting attacks. The owner consulted various veterinarians and even an animal clinic. Mimi was examined there with x-ray, MRT, lumber puncture, etc., but no causes were found for the symptoms. Weiterlesen