The EMMETT therapy for dogs is based on a light-touch myofascial release therapy, that resets the muscle memory to release tension and stiffness. This therapy has been shown to ease pain and discomfort, release stress or anxiety, increase movement, and improve quality of life. It can be used on its own, or to compliment other therapies and treatments.
Immediate results have been observed, although each dog is different and with some it can take minutes or hours to take effect, as releasing one muscle can have a domino effect that alters the rest of the body.
It is very gentle and great for dogs of all ages, including elderly canines, due to its gentle nature and is best for dogs who need relief from certain kinds of restrictions such as subtle pain and discomfort.
The Emmett technique has been developed over a number or years by Ross Emmett who resides in Australia and has been a Remedial Practitioner since 1980. It is an internationally recognised technique that is taught in over 35 countries globally. It has been thoroughly observed that this Canine light touch Therapy, due to an increase in comfort, improves the mobility and behaviour of dogs after receiving the therapy.
Pain Relief from Sports or Accidents - if your dog has been in an accident, or has had a sport related injury, this therapy gently relieves pain and restrictions through gentle, light pressure at specific points
Lead and/or Harness Strain. Dogs often pull on their leads and harnesses encourage pulling. This causes strain on their bodies in a way that we may not realise, and can be a cause of pain and discomfort, however subtle it may be
Lower Back Discomfort. Senior dogs, particularly develop pain in their lower back. This light touch technique is a very gentle and simple way to relieve such tension
Unbalanced Gait or Stance. An unbalanced gait can be a trigger for more problems down the line, by placing strain on the joints and muscles. This non-invasive technique can make dramatic changes to gait and stance enabling the dogs to move more balanced and fluidly. It is also an effective preventative treatment. It is great for any dogs that would benefit from moving more fluidly
Performance Improvement. This simple technique ultimately helps agility, sports and working dogs so they can have more freedom in movement and achieve their highest potential in performance
Behaviour. Stress is held in the body and dogs that are stress and pain-free behave better