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Veterinary Rehabilitation

At our animal clinic in Palmyra, we provide a range of animal rehabilitation services to support your pet's recovery, including cold laser therapy, hydrotherapy, therapeutic ultrasound and more.

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Animal Rehabilitation

Your pet's wellness is our first priority at Palmyra Animal Clinic. By using modern treatments and professional techniques, we'll ensure your pet receives the best veterinary rehabilitation care possible. 

Our veterinarians are trained to provide a range of animal rehabilitation services, including neuromuscular electric stimulation, cold laser therapy, therapeutic ultrasound, hydrotherapy, K-laser and more. 

Physical rehabilitation can help your pet recover from surgical procedures as well as injuries and improve fitness.

Animal Rehabilitation, Palmyra

Animal Rehabilitation Services 

From hydrotherapy to land treadmill and therapeutic ultrasound, we offer a variety of animal rehabilitation services designed to help your pet live a healthier, happier life. The following rehabilitation services are offered at Palmyra Animal Clinic.

  • Underwater Treadmill (hydrotherapy)

    Since water provides both resistance and buoyancy, this can be a great treatment option for both cats and dogs, whether they are suffering from pain or recovering from injury. 

    While your pet walks on the treadmill, the water's buoyancy reduces the impact of gravity, making the exercise easier on their joints. Aquatic exercise is also great for overall conditioning and fitness. It can encourage muscle strength and endurance, as well as increased flexibility and range of motion. 

  • Neuromuscular Electric Stimulation

    Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (e-stim) can be used to prevent a muscle or muscle group from experiencing atrophy. 

    This technique is most often used to help patients recovering from neurological or orthopedic disease or injuries. Your vet may recommend this therapy to help your pet maintain muscle mass during a period in which they are unable to or should not use their limb. 

    It can also be used to promote joint mobility, muscle strength, pain management and circulation. 

  • Therapeutic Ultrasound

    Therapeutic ultrasound is a branch of physiotherapy that promotes the healing of injured muscles, ligaments, and tendons by decreasing inflammation and scar tissue.

    The ultrasound energy warms deep tissues, creating an improved range of motion over time.

  • Cold Laser Therapy

    Cold laser therapy uses a low-intensity laser or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to help relieve pain, stimulate and enhance cell function, and improve healing.

    Several conditions have been shown to improve with the use of laser therapy including muscle and joint pain, arthritis symptoms, and muscle spasms.

  • K-Laser Therapy

    Laser therapy uses light to stimulate or regenerate cells in the body. 

    K-Laser Therapy can be used to alleviate chronic pain, accelerate healing and more. Pets receiving laser therapy after surgery typically experience less pain and recover faster with fewer complications. 

Benefits of Veterinary Rehabilitation 

Whether they need to recover from surgery, physical injury or trauma or improve their physical fitness, most pets will benefit from varying levels of exercise in the long term. 

Promoting mobility and exercise for your pet through physical rehabilitation will give your pet the best chance at a speedy recovery, and healthy, lengthy life.

Conditions that respond well to Rehabilitation
  • Orthopedic – Arthritis, amputations, cranial cruciate ligament tears, patellar luxation
  • Neurologic – Intervertebral disk, degenerative myelopathy, brain injuries, FCS, nerve injuries
  • General Health – Obesity, post-disease, cardiovascular fitness, gait abnormalities, wound care, geriatric support

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