A body in motion stays in motion. Whether your dog is a competitive athlete, just had ACL surgery, or just wants to get down the back steps to go for a walk, we can help.
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Physical therapy will help to reduce pain, enhance recovery, and increase function and mobility of joints and muscles for your dog. We focus in the following conditions: ACL/knee injuries, hip arthritis, muscle injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, degenerative nerve disease, IVDD, and geriatric patients.
We are the leading provider of custom braces and prosthetics in the Puget Sound. We have more than 10 years of experience in measuring and fitting pets for prosthetics, braces, and other movement assisting devices.
Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture
Traditional Chinese medicine involves acupuncture and herbal medicine. These systems of medicine are based on the principle that health requires a balance of all body systems and a free flow of energy. Conditions that are successfully treated by acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine includes arthritis, lameness, IVDD, nerve issues poor performance, tension/anxiety, and neurological disease.
Conditions We Treat
A body in motion stays in motion and physical therapy brings motion to life. Whether your dog is a competitive athlete, just had ACL surgery, or just wants to get down the back steps to go for a walk, physical therapy can help.
As your dog recovers from post knee injury/surgery, it is important to help build and maintain muscle as well as allow for more efficient healing. Range of motion exercises, massage, stretching, and laser therapy are effective options to consider.
As your dog ages, there are several options that you may want to consider, including pain control and maintaining range of motion, flexibility and strength.
Muscle injuries are soft tissue injuries that occur when a tendon or muscle is torn or overstretched. Laser therapy is an effective treatment to help increase blood flow and reduce muscle inflammation and pain.
Rehabilitation can help ease your dog back into normal activities by safely strengthening the muscles around the weakened bones or joints.
Degenerative Nerve Disease
Also known as degenerative myelopathy (DM) or chronic degenerative radiculomyelopathy (CDRM). It affects the spinal cord, resulting in slowly progressive hind limb weakness and paralysis.
Intervertebral Disc Disease
IVDD is an age-related, degenerative condition that can affect your dog's spinal cord and causes a range of painful mobility issues.