If you had a sprained ankle, knee surgery, shoulder injury, a stroke, arthritis or a sore back you would see a physiotherapist for treatment and rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is an essential part of recovery and return to all activities of daily living. So why not have rehabilitation for your pet? They can have all of the above conditions too. It is just as important for your pet’s recovery as it is to yours. Rehabilitation will relieve pain and restore function more quickly therefore enhancing the quality of life for your pet.
What are the benefits of rehabilitation for your pet?
Pain Relief: Various pain relief techniques used for many conditions including arthritis, acute or chronic injuries, spinal degeneration and spinal disc disease.
Improved range of motion in all joints including the spine: This helps reduce pain and increase your dog’s mobility, ability to play, work or compete.
Increased muscle strength: This improves co-ordination of movement assisting with strengthening, return to former function and injury prevention.
Post-Operative Care: Guidance of the prescribed exercises maximizing recovery and return to former function.
Improved Quality of Life for your pet: Your pet deserves the best quality of life you can give them.