Cat & Dog Physical Therapy
Whether your pet is developing arthritis in their senior years or recovering from an injury, our rehab-certified veterinarians and technicians in Moline can help. The goal of our cat & dog physical therapy programs is threefold: to alleviate your pet’s pain, increase their mobility, and improve their quality of life. The discomfort associated with arthritis or a torn ligament can have serious effects on your pet’s overall health, and we want to prevent this in any way possible.
Our hospital offers a variety of safe, effective treatments you can choose for your pet’s rehabilitation program to help them enjoy life again.
Our Pet Physical Therapy Services
We work alongside pet owners to create a therapy plan that is most compatible with their pet’s condition and temperament. This may include one or more of the following:
- Laser therapy
- Heated underwater treadmill
- Electrical stimulation
- Therapeutic exercises
- Therapeutic massage
- Personalized home exercise plan
Conditions We Can Treat
From athletic conditioning, to rehabilitation, to weight loss, there are few things our physical therapy services can’t accomplish. Below are just some of the conditions we can manage in our patients:
- Hip dysplasia
- Elbow dysplasia
- Post-operative orthopedic surgery
- Degenerative myelopathy
- Muscle injuries
- Patellar luxation
- Cranial Cruciate Ligament injuries
- Intervertebral Disc Disease
- Fibrocartilaginous embolism (spinal cord disorder)
Rehabilitating Your Pet is a Collaborative Effort
Seeing your pet struggle with pain, inflammation, limited mobility and other issues can be difficult. While the thought of putting your pet through rehab might seem overwhelming, our team is always here to help and support you. We encourage you to bring your pet in to see us so we can fully evaluate their problem and make appropriate treatment recommendations.