Our pet rehabilitation programs aims to deliver care and management of your pet’s health after treatment or injury, with the goal of getting your pet back into shape through exercises and other rehabilitation methods.
Some form of rehabilitation is generally required for pets who have undergone surgeries or injuries affecting their mobility. All rehabilitation sessions are individually designed by our expert practitioners according to your pet’s needs. The sessions will consist of gentle exercises according to your pet’s health needs with the focus on minimising force, stress or fear for your pet thus maximising the best health outcome for your pet.
Our qualified practitioners will devise a program to offer you and your pet the best exercise schedule specific to your pet’s diagnosis. As your pet progresses through rehab, their sessions will consist of a series of different exercises they can happily perform without force. Our qualified team treat all types of musculoskeletal, neurologic and orthopaedic conditions. Upon initial consultation, we will assess your pet and advise the best rehabilitation protocol specific to your pet’s needs, and provide you with a tailored program for you to continue at home. It is not necessary to have a vet referral to see one of our practitioners, however, we do appreciate your pet’s treatment history including their diagnosis, medical, investigations (xrays/ultrasound/scans/blood tests) and/or surgical information prior to their scheduled appointment. Your vet clinic can email your pet’s history to email@example.com
Our Rehabilitation services include Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Tens Therapy, Laser Therapy, Massage and Acupuncture. One or more of these services may be beneficial if your pet suffers from one of the conditions below:
- Nerve Injuries
- Spinal Injuries Intervertebral Disc Disease Degenerative
- Myopathy Wobbler’s Syndrome Cruciate disease
- Patella luxation
- Geriatric Vestibular Syndrome Obesity
- Poor Mobility
- Poor Fitness
- Loss of Balance
- Nerve Injuries
- Spinal Injuries Intervertebral Disc Disease
- Degenerative Myopathy Wobbler’s Syndrome