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If your pet is experiencing an acute orthopedic issue and is not a candidate for surgery, some issues can be treated successfully with rehabilitation and medical management. Our rehabilitation veterinarians can explore these options with you and determine what course of action is best for your pet.
Dogs who undergo an in-clinic rehabilitation program post surgery for cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) repair are twice as likely to have a favorable recovery than dogs who do at-home exercise alone. In-clinic rehabilitation can also help your dog recover from hip surgery (FHO), Achilles tendon surgery, shoulder surgery, fractures and amputations, elbow surgery (OCD), and a variety of other post-surgical issues.
Arthritis is a painful condition that affects cats and at least 1 in 5 dogs, and its impact can worsen with age, excess weight, or other joint issues. Though this condition cannot be cured, it can be controlled and well managed via a variety of treatment modalities, supplements, therapeutic exercise, diet, and pain control measures, so your pet can live a happy, comfortable life.
Our rehabilitation team can expertly guide you and your pet through a wide variety of neurologic conditions to help your pet regain or improve mobility, function, and comfort. The conditions include but are not limited to Degenerative Myelopathy (DM), fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE), intervertebral disc disease (IVDD), spinal trauma, and more.
Every dog is a natural athlete, and our team is experienced in treating service, sporting, and working dogs as well as the family pet. Common conditions afflicting the canine athlete may include CCL tears, medial shoulder instability, digit and carpal (toe and wrist) injuries, iliopsoas, gastroc, and gracilis strain, biceps/supraspinatus tendinopathy, arthritis, and other soft tissue injuries. We can diagnose, treat, and condition to prevent reinjury so your dog can successfully get back to work and play with confidence.
A healthy body weight is of utmost importance to your dog’s health. Reports show 50% of dogs in the United States are overweight, which can lead to a multitude of health problems such as joint issues, arthritis, heart and lung disease, lipomas, bladder problems, and shortened lifespan. Our team can devise a formal nutrition and low-impact weight loss program for your dog that can help your dog get fit and lead a long, healthy, active life.
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