Investigation and treatment.


From computed tomography (CT) of the head, endoscopy of the upper airway, oral endoscopy to check for dental issues to lameness, neurological examination and ophthalmological evaluation, we can help determine the causes of headshaking.

Headshaking is commonly caused by a trigeminal neuropathy that results in a constant irritation of the muzzle or face being felt.

Blocking off one of the branches of this nerve is done by our specialist vets to try and confirm this diagnosis.