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


Progress Evaluation

Progress Evaluation - Dogrepair.com

Whenever it may warrant, your animal will be re-assessed for gains in range of motion, muscle girth increases, joint progression, and balance improvements.

It is important that these measurements be taken on a regular basis so that we can make sure that your animal's treatment plan is as effective as possible for yourself and for the owner.

At GTTD we do measurements just before returning the animal to the referring Veterinarian, so that they can be kept up to date on the animal's progression.

(We always maintain contact with the initial Veterinarian.)

Please read our info page also for more general information.

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



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