Canine Rehabilitation -
Veterinary medicine has made phenomenal advancements in the past ten years. One of the most recent advancements has been in canine rehabilitation. Whether your best friend has had a surgical procedure due to injury, or has been slowed down by aging or disease, canine rehabilitation can accelerate them on their road to recovery and / or well being. Research indicates that loss of muscle mass begins within 24 hours following surgery or serious injury. An increase in swelling occurs in addition to loss of muscle control and stiffening of joints when rehabilitation is delayed.
We are extremely excited to be able to offer our community the latest in canine rehabilitation therapy. Our goal is to improve the quality of life of our canine companions by ensuring successful outcomes following surgical procedures and by helping them stay active or become active for as long as possible.
James R. Speiser
DVM, DABVP, CCRT
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