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Rehabilitation helps the healing process and allows your pet to return to his/her previous functional level faster and safer than without therapy.  A typical session may include heat therapy, passive range-of-motion exercises and stretches, therapeutic exercises, hydrotherapy including underwater treadmill and/or therapy pool, cold laser therapyneuromuscular electrostimulation or cryotherapy.  We also customize conditioning programs for sporting dogs, which may incorporate many of the same techniques we use in rehabilitation programs.  

Click here for video of dog recieving neuromuscular electrostimulation treatment.


Pulsed Signal Therapy is a non-surgical, painless therapy which offers significant reduction in pain in conjunction with an increase in mobility.  It consists of pulsed signals transmitted into the joint to promote the repair of damaged cells and stimulate the normal repair and maintenance process.  Animal Rehabilitation Facility is currently the only location in Michigan offering PST.  Click here for more information.


Chiropractic care serves to maintain the bones of the spine and joints in proper alignment, thus allowing proper nerve signal transmission.  Even a subtle change in alignment (subluxation) can affect the nervous system, local muscles, joints and even internal organ function.  Chiropractic adjustment helps to relieve pain and improve nerve function, as well as preventing small problems from developing into larger issues.  Click here for more information.


Acupuncture is the use of very fine needles or our therapy laser at precise points on the body in order to promote health and alleviate pain.  Each treatment is designed to uniquely address imbalance in each indiviudal pet.  Click here for more information.


Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine is a complete medical system unto itself, but may also may be successfully used in conjunction with Western medicine to treat a wide variety of conditions.  TCVM includes five fundamental branches: Chinese Food Therapy, Acupuncture, Herbal Therapy, Tui-Na (massage) and Qi-Gong (exercise.)  Click here for more information

 
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