Dog Repair
Initial Evaluation
Progress Evaluations
Range of Motion Exercises - (Stretching)
Bracing - Splints
Massage - Soft Tissue Mobilization
Joint Evaluation and Mobilizing
Underwater Treadmill
Geriatric Rehabilitation
Aquatic Therapy
Low Level Laser
Weight Control
Wound Care

Rehabilitation & Maintenance Therapy | Canine Rehabilitation

Joint Evaluation and Mobilizing

Joint Mobilizations are gentle oscillations to a stiff joint that are used to improve mobility, to improve, range of motion, and to reduce pain. Mobilizations are used to help animals with arthritic joints and who have joints that have recently undergone surgical intervention.

Services include water exercise and pool therapy; treadmill exercise; underwater treadmill rehab; manual techniques (myofascial release, joint mobilization, neuromuscular facilitation, strain-counter strain and passive end range stretching); massage; neuromuscular electrical stimulation; anodyne photon therapy system; and measuring, fitting, and customizing assistive devices for dogs, such as carts, wheelchairs, braces, and splints.


(The treatment plan will be approved by the referring veterinarian before it's implementation.)



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