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Veterinary Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation services play a crucial role in restoring your pets comfort and improve daily function to help them lead happier lives. Our team of certified rehabilitation therapists is dedicated to evaluating your pet’s specific challenges and designing a personalized rehabilitation plan for their recovery. Whether your pet is recovering from an injury, managing a chronic condition, or seeking improved mobility, we are here to help.

Our range of services include:

  • Hydrotherapy using our state of the art underwater treadmill.
  • Strength and endurance training
  • Balance training
  • Gait re-training
  • Fitting your pets with carts and other mobility devices such as braces
  • Medical Massage that helps with myofascial release, joint mobilization, and muscle flexibility
  • Personalized home exercise programs
  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic

Veterinary rehabilitation and strength conditioning have been proven to help with:

  • An increased rate of recovery with an improved quality of movement
  • Surgical repairs and conservative management of an injury
  • Genetic diseases like hip and elbow dysplasia
  • Sporting injuries
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Neurological conditions
  • Obesity
  • Osteoarthritis and weakness
  • General pain management
  • Strengthening

Our certified small animal rehabilitation team consists of veterinarians, certified rehabilitation practitioners, and veterinary technicians. We can collaborate with your pets regular or surgical veterinarian as well as provide options for non-surgical cases. Rehabilitation can help with chronic conditions such as obesity and geriatrics as well as progressive conditions like degenerative myelopathy.

For our pets, basic daily activities such as walking, running, and grooming themselves can become challenging after a surgery, injury, or with age. Rehabilitation therapy offers numerous benefits such as improved movement, endurance, and a positive psychological effect for the pets being treated.

During your pet’s initial rehabilitation evaluation, a certified rehabilitation practitioner or therapist will gather a detailed history, assess home environment, and discuss goals for your pet’s improvement. We may also perform a gait analysis, stance analysis, and measure muscle mass and joint flexibility to formulate a comprehensive treatment plan. If you are able to, we will also include home exercises to further help your pet feel better.

To learn more or to schedule an appointment for your pet, please call us at (661) 295-9972.