Rehabilitation therapy can be incredibly beneficial for both cats and dogs. Just like humans, pets can suffer from a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, injuries, or surgeries that may impair their mobility or cause pain. Rehabilitation therapy offers a comprehensive approach to address these issues and improve the overall quality of life for pets.

For dogs, rehabilitation therapy can aid in recovery from orthopedic surgeries such as cruciate ligament repair or hip dysplasia procedures. It can also help manage conditions like arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or intervertebral disc disease. Additionally, it can assist in weight management and improve overall fitness, which is especially important for breeds prone to obesity or those with mobility issues.

Similarly, cats can benefit from rehabilitation therapy for many of the same reasons. They may require rehabilitation following orthopedic surgeries, such as fracture repairs or limb amputations. Cats with arthritis, spinal cord injuries, or neurological conditions can also benefit from targeted therapy to improve mobility and comfort. Additionally, rehabilitation therapy can help senior cats maintain muscle mass and joint flexibility as they age.

Rehabilitation therapy for both cats and dogs involves a combination of modalities such as hydrotherapy, therapeutic exercises, massage, acupuncture, and laser therapy. These treatments are tailored to each individual pet's needs and are performed under the guidance of our veterinarian and veterinary rehabilitation specialist. By addressing mobility issues, managing pain, and improving overall physical condition, rehabilitation therapy plays a crucial role in enhancing the well-being and longevity of our beloved pets.

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Animal Rehab & Pain Center
Funkstown, MD 21734
Improving a pet’s comfort & quality of life