The patient & client work together with a Registered Veterinary Technician who has additional training in physical rehabilitation. A rehabilitation program is designed specifically for each patient with their special needs in mind.

In clinic, our technician will discuss your pet’s case with you & how physical therapy can help. Together, you will work with your pet through a series of stretches & exercises that will improve your pet’s condition. After each visit, you will go home with exercises that can be done by you at home for additional conditioning & healing benefits for your pet. All of these will be demonstrated on your pet while at the clinic.

Types Of Excercises

  • Core strengthening
  • Limb strengthening
  • Stretching
  • Proprioceptive stimulation
  • Balance building
  • Endurance enhancement

Conditions Helped By Physical Therapy:

  • After surgical repair of bones/joints
  • Arthritis/Joint Pain
  • Senior pet well-being/comfort
  • Weight loss
  • Neurologic Conditions
  • Sports Conditioning
  • Mobility & Posture Issues

Why Should My Pet Have Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy has been shown to…


  • improves and hastens post-surgical healing of orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeries
  • Muscle & joint strength
  • Range of motion & circulation
  • Core stability


  • Cartilage & ligament strength
  • Functional ability
  • Balance & proprioception
  • Performance/Endurance (athletic dogs)
  • Quality of life


  • Weight
  • Pain
  • Muscle loss


Important COVID-19 Update

Currently at this time we are open, and we are still available to see our medical patients.  In order to keep our community and staff as safe as possible  however, we will be practicing "hands free" appointments. Our hospital doors will be locked, but we will have a team member meet you outside and bring your pet into the clinic and pet parents will be asked to standby for a phone consultation with the veterinarian.  We anticipate most appointments to take 30 minutes.  Please contact us for further information.