Clinical Massage

Clinical massage is a non-invasive therapy that uses gentle bodywork techniques to rehabilitate animals from muscular injury and helps to support orthopaedic issues like arthritis. Benefits include: Relief from chronic pain or discomfort, immune support, improved circulation as well as slowing down muscle atrophy as a result of inactivity or disuse.

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The benefits of acupressure have been recognised for over 4,000 years and the hands-on techniques that we use have been applied to animals for as long as they have been used to promote health in humans. It is safe, non-invasive and gentle, yet powerful. Suitable for general health maintenance and useful for resolving issues such as digestive problems, allergies, arthritis and anxiety, as well as promoting healing from surgery and healthy ageing.

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Hydrotherapy / Fitness Swim

Hydrotherapy is water therapy directed at treating a wide range of conditions in a non-weight bearing environment. Together with proper veterinary care, it can improve the quality and rate of healing following surgery or traumatic injury. Benefits include: Pain relief, increased range of motion, improved cardiovascular fitness, muscle maintenance or strengthening, as well as gait modification or re-training.

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Like you, we care about animals.

That is why we demand specialised professional training for our therapists and have invested in a state-of-the-art facility that is conveniently located in Sai Ying Pun on Hong Kong island.

We are deeply committed to the health and welfare of Hong Kong’s animals and want to provide more options for them to stay fit and healthy so that they can enjoy good quality of life.

Our goal is to make step-down, integrative care available, accessible and affordable. Long term, our vision is to be recognised as a centre of excellence in Asia for compassionate, professional integrative care in animal health management.

How to reach us

The design and construction of Heal's rehabilitation centre took nine months to complete and opened in May 2018.

The purpose-built facility includes a custom-made 6m x 3m hydrotherapy pool designed and engineered by Barr + Wray - the UK's leading provider of commercial swimming pools.

Clinical massage and acupressure services are often used to complement a hydrotherapy programme and are available at the centre. They are also available as a home-based service for palliative care.

Contact us for more information.