Small Animal Rehabilitation: Physical Therapy and Pain Management for Dogs and Cats in West Hartford, Windsor and Kensington, CT
At Connecticut Veterinary Center in West Hartford, Windsor and Kensington, we provide physical therapy and pain management for dogs and cats to help ensure that our patients are as comfortable and pain free as possible. Many pet owners have questions about what this veterinary service entails and we would love to provide you with answers! Please read below for more information about pet therapy, and contact our team if you still have questions. That’s what we’re here for.
Why Consider Our West Hartford Pet Rehabilitation Therapy?
Pet rehabilitation is a logical component of short term and long term pain management. As a pet owner, you ask for what you expect for yourself. Owners want early pain control. Pain management has incorporated pet rehabilitation, not as an alternative, but rather as an adjunct service to providing a more complete pain relief program to our pets for a faster recovery, improved function, and quality of movement.
Who Would Benefit from Pet Rehabilitation Therapy?
Small animal physical rehabilitation is increasingly considered and available for veterinary patients with many different conditions:
How Does Pet Rehabilitation Therapy Work?
Pet rehabilitation uses manual manipulation, physical modalities including laser therapy, therapeutic exercises, and functional training. Pet rehabilitation provides faster healing and improves joint function and range of motion while increasing muscle size and strength. The benefits offered in terms of musculoskeletal and cardiac conditioning makes it useful in preventive treatments such as conditioning and weight loss.
What Pet Rehabilitation Services are provided by Connecticut Veterinary Center?
To schedule a consultation or for further information contact our team at Connecticut Veterinary Center.