Manual Therapy

  • Joint Mobilization is used to restore normal joint motion that may have been lost due to injury or disease.
  • Range of Motion improves circulation, prepares the soft tissues for stretching, increases joint flexibility and assists in pain reduction.
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization/Massage improves circulation, decreases pain, prepares the soft tissues for stretching, helps the joints to move more efficiently.
  • Stretching improves flexibility in the muscles and tendons and helps to prevent injury.
  • Craniosacral is a light-touch manual approach that enhances the body’s natural healing capabilities.

Therapeutic Exercise

Individualized therapeutic exercise/home program instruction will help your pet develop strength, and balance. Exercise may also help restore a higher level of function with daily activities and sports which may improve quality of life.


Therapeutic LASER

(Learn more about Therapeutic LASER.)
Light has been used therapeutically for thousands of years to promote healing. LASER (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) is a form of light therapy that has the ability to penetrate deep into the tissues of the body. LASER is beneficial in the treatment of, but not limited to, the following conditions:

  • Arthritis
  • Inflammation
  • Muscular Pain
  • Nerve Pain
  • Wounds/Incisions
  • Scar Tissue

Electrical Stimulation
Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) uses low levels of electrical current to stimulate muscles to contract when this ability may be lost as a result of injury or disease.

Magnetic Therapy (PEMF)
Pulsed Electromagnetic field therapy is believed to improve the bodies ability to utilize oxygen and therefore promotes cellular healing and production.

Orthotic/Equipment Recommendations

We can assist you in determining which support systems, such as splints or mobility cards will maximize your furry family member’s ability to get around with greater ease.