Pet Rehabilitation

Your pet may benefit greatly from rehabilitation if you want to improve their comfort, mobility, and quality of life.

Pet Rehabilitation in Shawnee, OK

Veterinary rehabilitation can benefit animals with various problems, from athletes to senior pets. For your pet, our veterinary team can assist in developing and putting into action a physical therapy plan that will improve their comfort, mobility, and quality of life.

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Pet Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation can be extremely beneficial for your pet to help extend their quality of life, mobility, and comfort.

From athletes to senior pets, veterinary rehabilitation can help animals with a diverse range of conditions. We can help create and implement a rehabilitation plan for your pet to help extend their quality of life, mobility, and comfort.

Why would my pet need rehabilitation?

Pet owners frequently choose rehabilitation as a form of treatment after an injury or to control long-term health concerns like obesity or arthritis.

When should I consider rehabilitation for my pet?

Even though most people take their pets to rehabilitation after an injury or to manage a chronic health condition, your pet doesn’t need to be in pain to benefit from it. Contact us to arrange an examination if you want to enhance or regain mobility, manage pain, treat an injury, or achieve your full physical potential.

How does rehabilitation work?

We will develop a rehabilitation plan for your pet based on their condition. Work on a treadmill, electrode stimulation, workout plans, massage, hydrotherapy, orthotics, or assistive technology are a few possible activities.

We will carefully document the course of therapy sessions and adapt as required to guarantee progress is being made. If needed, we can also write prescriptions for painkillers. We are dedicated to giving your pet the finest rehabilitation possible using cutting-edge tools and innovative techniques. Every examination, choice, and course of action is made with your pet’s unique requirements in mind so they may manage their disease or recovery and live out their happy, healthy lives.