What is Rehabilitation Therapy?
Rehabilitation Therapy is the practice of using multiple treatments that are non-invasive to rehabilitate patients to become more mobile and pain free. Dr. McClain is a certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner at AMSH and can help animals dealing with arthritis, postoperative injuries, and degenerative diseases. Her favorite part of pet rehabilitation is the bond she forms with her clients and patients. A physical examination is the first step to see if your pet would be a great candidate for this type of therapy.
- Therapeutic Exercises to help strength, balance, and proprioception
- Passive Range of Motion Exercises
- Electrical Stimulation
- Heat Therapy
- Land Treadmill
Our Goals for your Pet’s Rehabilitation:
- Decrease Pain
- Improve Mobility
- Increase Strength
- Aid in Weight Loss
- Improve Function
- To Restore Full Range of Motion to Injured or Diseased Body Parts
- Improve Neurologic Function
- Condition Athletes
- Help with Weight Bearing
If you would like to know if your pet is a good candidate for rehabilitation therapy, please give our office a call to schedule a consultation.