I am Sarah Hancox, a Galen Canine Myotherapist based in the Derbyshire Peak District and I specialise in the identification, assessment and treatment of muscular injury, musculoskeletal conditions and associated compensatory issues in dogs.

Treatment utilises advanced, clinical massage amongst other rehabilitation techniques to manage chronic pain, reduce inflammation and support a range of canine musculoskeletal issues.

Galen Canine Myotherapy can be highly effective in supporting your dog’s performance, well-being and recovery throughout all of their life’s stages - from pre and post-event preparation to improving or maintaining performance in sporting and working dogs, to post-op recuperation, musculoskeletal issues such as osteoarthritis and hip-dysplasia, lameness and injury.

You will find Moorland Canine on the usual social media channels and if you are a canine practitioner specialising in other physical therapy modalities or other canine related services, I’m happy to collaborate, just get in touch or find me on LinkedIn.

To contact me directly, just ring 07793 682685 or email me contact@moorlandcanine.com.

I’m passionate about the Peak District and living here has influenced so many parts of my life, which is why I think it vital to get involved in supporting the area.

Business Peak District is a voice for businesses in the area covered by the Peak District National Park, High Peak, Staffordshire Moorlands and Derbyshire Dales; supporting a distinctive, high quality rural environment and an enterprising, growing and sustainable rural economy. The Inspired By the Peak District brand brings businesses together to promote and celebrate this unique and inspirational region.

Made in Derbyshire promotes the Derbyshire economy locally and nationally through culture, heritage and sporting events, products, services and festivals; exploring the rich cultural life and diversity of Derbyshire; working together to promote and improve the cultural life of the county.

Moorland Canine is very happy to be part of both the ‘Inspired by the Peak District’ and ‘Made in Derbyshire’ location-based initiatives.