Muscle Atrophy

Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation: More than Just an Underwater Treadmill


Just like in the human physical therapy field, the purpose of veterinary physical rehabilitation is to use a non-invasive, non-surgical approach to address some of the musculoskeletal and neurological ailments that can beset our four-legged companions.
Whether the root of these ailments is congenital, traumatic, or just the natural wear and tear of age, the rehab doctor or technician’s job is to look for ways to improve the function of the affected area while simultaneously decreasing any discomfort the pet might be in. Basically what that means is I want your pet to move better and feel better, even if I have to get creative to get them there.

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