Arthiritis in Small Animals


Arthritis is an extremely painful joint

disease that is associated with articular cartilage degeneration. The most common reason for this occurrence of wear and tear is age, biomechanical stress or overweight. Incorrect nutrition as a kitten or puppy or genetic reasons can also contribute to arthritis. Arthritis is described as a slow progressive degeneration of fantastic the joint. At first it is only the joint cartilage that is affected. After a while all joint building and functional structures are affected – the synovial fluid as well as the synovial membrane, the surrounding capsule, the bands and the muscles. Arthritis is a chronic degenerative joint illness. This means that the condition cannot be healed but can be treated. Arthritis develops with the slow wear and tear of the joint. All joints can be affected arthritis but most often it is those joints that bear the most burden.

CCMRT (Cat & Canine Muscle Release Therapy) can be an effective alternative therapy for relieving the pain of arthritis and to increase joint mobility. www.animal-mrt.com


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