Active Animal Physiotherapy

at Servicing South East to West QLD, Toowoomba, 4350 Australia

Providing assessment and treatment of sports injuries, arthritic pain, muscle/joint and back pain to you pet or performance animal.

Active Animal Physiotherapy
Servicing South East to West QLD
Toowoomba , QLD 4350
Contact Phone
P: 07 46154913, 0420303047, 0402910561


Active Animal Physiotherapy is a Toowoomba based service that is able to assess and treat a full range of conditions from biomechanical assessment to post-op conditions, specialising in canine and equine. Assessment and management of the horse and rider as a unit is very important for optimal performance in the ridden horse, as the horse/rider team must be in absolute harmony to carry out even the most simple manoeuvre during equestrian performance thus Active Animal Physiotherapy prides themselves in providing this service. Dogs suffer from back and neck pain, arthritis, muscle and ligament pain, sprains and strains and neurological spinal conditions. Physiotherapy treatment can provide pain relief, enhance the healing process following injury, and ensure optimal muscle function following surgery, and rehabilitate musculoskeletal and neurological conditions in dogs. The active animal therapist are experienced in treating canines and provide specialist consultation services to the University of Queensland small animal hospital.

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Lesley Goff is one of the world’s leading Animal Physiotherapists.
Lesley holds a doctorate in the equine sacroiliac joint kinematics and morphology, which she achieved at the University of Queensland, Australia.
Stephanie Batterham gained her post graduate qualifications in Animal Physiotherapy from the University of Liverpool, UK.
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Provide pain relief, enhance the healing process following injury, and ensure optimal muscle function.
The horse is an elite athlete, and should be given the chance to reach the optimal level of performance.