Services


Our services

How we do it…

Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy in an underwater treadmill or pool uses the natural properties of water to achieve its therapeutic benefits in a safe environment. 

K-Laser Technology
Companion Laser Technology

Laser Therapy

Infrared Laser Therapy treatment helps reduce pain, inflammation, and enhance tissue healing. We utilize a top-of-the-line Class IV laser to help your pet get their mobility back

PiezoWave Shockwave Therapy

PiezoWave Vet uses Acoustic Compression Therapy technology to provide targeted, non-invasive pain relief and advanced healing for acute and chronic issues in muscles, tendons, and joints.

Therapeutic Ultrasound

Benefits of Ultrasound Therapy
Relieves pain, muscle spasms and joint contractures that may be associated with:
– Adhesive capsulitis,
– Bursitis with slight calcification,
– Myositis,
– Soft tissue injuries,
– Shortened tendons due to past injuries and scar tissues
Relieves sub-chronic and chronic pain and joint contractures resulting from:
– Capsular tightness or Capsular scarring 

Electrical Stimulation TENS/NMES

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulators (TENS) and electronic muscle stimulators (EMS) employ electrotherapy to treat acute and chronic pain, but the methodology differs. NMES, which stands for Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation is considered synonymous with EMS.

Therapuetic Exercise Therapy

Many therapeutic exercise options can be used in canine rehabilitation — exercises that increase joint mobility, flexibility, strength and endurance. Treadmills, pools, cones, poles, boards, weights — even cookies — can help dogs achieve health and fitness goals.

Massage

 Benefits of massage therapy in small animals include pain relief, orthopedic rehabilitation, Canine Sports Medicine, intensive care, and management of nonspecific edema.

platelet rich plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

 PRP injections can decrease pain associated with arthritis by reducing inflammation in the joints. They may also help tendon or ligament injuries heal.

Assistive Devices

A severe disability isn’t a death sentence for a pet; there are many assistive devices that an owner and pet can use that can improve quality of life for both.