Physiotherapy with CatherineCatherine qualified as a Veterinary Physiotherapist from the Royal Veterinary College in 2012 and shortly after established Rivendale Physiotherapy. Over the last 5 years the business has grown considerably from being a mobile service to providing clinics at Molecare. In her spare time she enjoys riding as well as competing her horses and walking the family Springer Spaniel. Please call the practice on 01626 835 002 to discuss our physiotherapy clinic in more detail.
Nurse ClinicsThe nurses at Molecare are able to provide a wealth of valuable advice. Not only do they offer routine clinics such as nail clipping and microchipping but they have a carefully selected repertoire of other useful sessions to support you and your pet. The clinics vary in length and description. Below is a list of our nurse clinics available. Visit our nurse clinics page for more information.
- Flea and worming advice with a nurse
- Weight Clinics
- Nail Clipping
- Taking your pet abroad
- What happens when it is time to say goodbye: The Pre-Euthanasia Consult
- Weight management
- Therapeutic grooming
- I am thinking of buying a pet…
- Dental checks
- Socialisation visits
- Diabetic Clinics
- Calm cats are cool cats: Stress reduction
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy is becoming more commonly used to treat a range of disorders in humans and animals. Stem cells are ‘blank’ cells that have the ability to divide into many tissues within the body which allows us to use them in treating a range of diseases such as joint injuries, ligament and tendon damage, and fractured bones.
Research and clinical trials currently support the use of stem cells in these conditions. A positive clinic improvement has been seen in approximately 95% of arthritic cases performed nationwide. Please contact us to discuss whether stem cell would be suitable for your pet.