Why Do Vet recommend Canine Rehabiliation.
Why do Vet’s recommend Canine Rehabilitation. There are many reasons why veterinarians may recommend canine rehabilitation. Some of the most common reasons include:
- To help dogs recover from injuries or surgeries. Canine rehabilitation can help dogs regain their range of motion and strength after an injury or surgery. This can help them to return to their normal activities more quickly and safely.
- To help dogs with chronic conditions. Canine rehabilitation can help dogs with chronic conditions such as arthritis or hip dysplasia to manage their pain and improve their quality of life.
- To prevent injuries or surgeries. Canine rehabilitation can help dogs to maintain their muscle mass and flexibility, which can help to prevent injuries. It can also help dogs to learn how to move more safely, which can help to prevent surgeries.
- To improve overall health and well-being. Canine rehabilitation can help dogs to lose weight, improve their cardiovascular health, and reduce stress. This can lead to an overall improvement in their health and well-being.
Canine rehabilitation can be a valuable tool for helping dogs to recover from injuries, improve their quality of life, and prevent future problems. If your veterinarian recommends canine rehabilitation for your dog, it is important to discuss the benefits and risks with them to decide if it is the right choice for your dog.
The type of canine rehabilitation that is best for your dog will depend on their individual needs and goals. It is important to work with a qualified canine rehabilitation specialist to develop a plan that is right for your dog.
Canine Rehab Centre Gold Coast
We are lucky to now have a full service Canine Rehabilitation centre with an expirance rehab practior right next door at our Coomera Clinic. Before you have any rehabilitation treatment talk with Janet at the Canine Rehab Centre and understand how importan to get the right treatment plan for your dog is before you start. Canine Rehab Centre is the only rehabilitation centre on the Gold Coast for more info @ www.caninerehabcentre.com.au
Watch this short video to hear Janet explain the asseessment and evaluation process.