What is Physical Rehabilitation?
Physical rehabilitation can help your pet to heal faster, become stronger, and to live longer, healthier lives. Rehabilitation can
benefit pets recovering from surgery or injury, coping with neurologic or degenerative diseases, or conditioning to prevent injury. It can also greatly benefit arthritic, aging, and overweight pets. Rehabilitation can improve flexibility, strengthen muscles, and improve gait. It can also relieve muscle spasms, improve flexibility, maintain joint health, and prevent future injury. And with our state-of-the-art equipment, it can even improve neurological function. Whether pets are suffering from arthritis or recovering from a total hip replacement, there’s so much we can do to help ease the pain and get them back on their feet.
Dr. Kenyon will tailor a customized and flexible treatment plan for each patient. These plans include both in-hospital and at-home exercises that will be demonstrated to you with your pet.
- Hydrotherapy/Underwater Treadmill
- Laser Therapy
- Osteoarthritis Management
- Pain Management
- Strengthening & Endurance Training
- Therapeutic Exercise
- Manual Therapies (joint mobilizations
- Weight loss Programs
- Calcanean Tendon Rupture
- Cruciate Ligament Tears
- Degenerative Myelopathy
- Elbow Dysplasia
- Hip Dysplasia
- Intervertebral Disc Disease
- Generalized Muscle Atrophy
- Neurological Impairments and Conditions
- Sporting Injuries