Your pet will receive a comprehensive assessment of their musculoskeletal and neurologic systems which will aid in the development of a treatment plan specific to your pet's needs.
Acupuncture is a method of health care rooted in ancient China. The techniques have been developed and refined over the last 3000 years. It is recognized as a safe and effective form of medicine.
An animal chiropractor uses a gentle, specialized manual technique to realign the spine and relax the surrounding muscles which allows restoration of neurologic function.
Laser therapy is a surgery-free, drug-free, noninvasive treatment to reduce pain, decrease inflammation, and speed healing.
Therapeutic exercise is beneficial to a variety of patients including the postoperative pet, senior patients with osteoarthritis, and competitive athletes.
Manual therapy is the application of specialized non-invasive, hands-on techniques used in the assessment and treatment of muscles and joints.
Gait is the pattern of footfall. Assessing a dog's gait can determine early signs of lameness. A gait analysis system is also used to monitor improvement in gait.
Underwater treadmills are designed to offer low-impact, high-resistance therapy for patients. It is a great way to help a dog or cat rehabilitate from an injury, reduce pain, and build strength and mobility.
Swimming is one of the most complete forms of exercise for any animal. It improves overall health by decreasing inflammation, improving conditioning, increasing metabolism, and decreasing pain.
Pets breathe 100% oxygen delivered under pressure in a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber. It provides numerous healing benefits for several different ailments.
Shock wave therapy is another non-invasive treatment option that simulates cells to release healing growth factors which reduces swelling and inflammation, increases blood flow, enhances healing, and decreases pain.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a regenerative medicine therapy that aids in the healing of tissues. Studies have shown PRP to be efficacious in the management of numerous orthopedic conditions.
A Home Exercise Program is a critical component of the rehabilitation program. It consists of a series of therapeutic exercises that can be performed at home in between evaluations.
Synovetin OA is a revolutionary new injectable product that can relieve the pain associated with osteoarthritis for up to a year.
Assistive equipment can be used for a variety of reasons, either temporarily or permanently. Let us help you determine if your pet requires additional support.
Chinese Herbal Medicine is the world's most ancient form of healing. This branch of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine focuses on treating the underlying cause of illness rather than individual symptoms.