Physiotherapy for dogs & other pets in Molesey

Physiotherapy can help with a range of ailments and conditions by supporting the body and aiding rehabilitation. The term ‘Physiotherapy’ covers several treatment techniques including massage, heat treatment, and exercise. It aims to alleviate pain, restore function and mobility, and stimulate the natural healing process.

Arrange a physiotherapy appointment


Pet physiotherapy can help with a range of ailments and conditions by supporting the body and aiding rehabilitation. Physiotherapists can treat and help your pet with the following conditions:

  • Obesity/weight management
  • Wound healing
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Age-related issues
  • Back problems & Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD)
  • Hip and elbow dysplasia
  • Cruciate ligament injury
  • Tendon and ligament injuries
  • Sporting injuries and strains
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Orthopaedic conditions
  • Musculoskeletal conditions
  • Pre and post-surgical management
  • Total hip replacements
  • Post amputation
  • Fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE)
  • Neurological conditions
  • Palliative Care


There’s a range of benefits from your pet having physiotherapy. These include:

  • Improved cardiovascular health and circulation
  • Increased muscle strength
  • Reduced pain
  • Improved flexibility
  • Reduced muscle tightness and spasm
  • Decreased stress and anxiety
  • Weight loss
  • Aiding injury and wound healing



Dog physiotherapy treatments in Molesey & Surrey

At Molesey Vets, your dog will be looked after by our very own Physiotherapist & RVN Sam Buss. Sam is currently providing physiotherapy clinics on Mondays and Tuesdays at our Molesey vet practice, and is happy to discuss possible home visits. The majority of patients we treat are dogs, but we also offer physiotherapy for other cats and other pets too.

To use our physiotherapy services you will need to have a Vet Referral form signed by the Vet in charge of your pet’s care.

Find out more about physiotherapy with Sam >

We offer our own in-house K-Laser therapy for injury and arthritis treatment.


Our Physiotherapist: Sam Buss RVN Grad.Dip VetPhys CertVNECC

Sam is a Registered Veterinary Nurse and a recently qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist (Accredited with the IVRAP and IAAT) with a particular interest in Osteoarthritis management.

Using a combination of manual therapies, electrotherapy (Laser, PEMF, therapeutic ultrasound etc), and prescription exercise, Sam very much believes in a research and science led holistic approach to physiotherapy treatment. Alongside working as a Physio at Molesey Vets, Sam also works as one of the Night Nurses at North Surrey Emergency Vets and has a lot of experience working with acute injuries.

Sam has a keen interest in treating ALL small animal species – if an animal has muscles and bones it can benefit from physiotherapy – learn more.


External Physiotherapy & Hydrotherapy support

We also work with the wonderful Danielle Everette for additional dog physiotherapy and hydrotherapy services at her purpose-built facility in Chertsey, Surrey – just off Junction 11 of the M25:

If your pet is struggling physically or is due to have a surgical procedure, get in touch with our team to discuss how physiotherapy can help.

Contact us


Strictly Necessary

These cookies are required for our website to operate and include items such as whether or not to display this pop-up box or your session when logging in to the website. These cookies cannot be disabled.


We use 3rd party services such as Google Analytics to measure the performance of our website. This helps us tailor the site content to our visitors needs.


From time to time, we may use cookies to store key pieces of information to make our site easier for you to use. Examples of this are remembering selected form options to speed up future uses of them. These cookies are not necessary for the site to work, but may enhance the browsing experience.


We may use advertising services that include tracking beacons to allow us to target our visitors with specific adverts on other platforms such as search or social media. These cookies are not required but may improve the services we offer and promote.

Change Settings

Welcome. You can control how we use cookies and 3rd party services below

Change Settings Accept
Learn how we use cookies