Coming in 2022!
The region's first pet rehab and hydrotherapy center
The AAHA/AAFP pain management guidelines state that using only pharmacologic management for pain is no longer sufficient. Although animals will heal and recover without rehabilitation, they will suffer less and heal better with rehabilitation. We know unequivocally that patient's recovering from TPLO surgery will have less bone loss, cartilage atrophy, and flexibility loss when properly rehabilitated. Degenerative joint disease (DJD) or arthritis, is one of the most significant and under-diagnosed diseases that affects quality of life in our cats and dogs. Degenerative joint disease is ubiquitous, found in pets of all ages, and inevitably progresses over time. Evidence- based strategies for management are established in dogs, and emerging in cats. We are super excited to be bringing pet rehabilitation services to our region!