Veterinary Therapeutic Services
Rehabilitation for Cats and Dogs
Our veterinary rehabilitation services seek to help your dog feel better through non-surgical, therapeutic options, whether in treating traumatic injury or chronic illness. Learn more below about the types of therapeutic services we provide and how we can help your pet rehabilitate.
Stem Cell Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma
Pain Management Patch
What is Veterinary Rehabilitation?
Therapy to Help Your Pet Feel Better, Faster
Veterinary therapeutic Services include a variety of non-surgical treatments with the goal of decreasing pain, inflammation, and the need for medication in animals. This includes restoring proper function more quickly to the affected area. Pet therapy can also help with balance, coordination, and weight loss.
Intra-articular therapies (such as a joint injection) can help reduce inflammation and joint destruction, as well as provide pain relief and increased mobility for dogs and cates with osteoarthritis. Pain management can also include skin patches that allow a slow constant release of localized pain medication, oral pain relievers for home care, or local anesthetic blocks.
Types of Therapeutic Services
A Wealth of Options to Rehabilitate Your Pet
- Pain Management
- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
- Stem Cell Therapy
- Joint Injection
Veterinary rehabilitation therapeutic services are most effective when performed by a board-certified veterinary surgeon. Learn more about our surgical team’s credentials and how they can help your cat or dog feel better, faster.
Our Therapeutic Process
How Can Veterinary Rehabilitation Help
Surgery may be just the first step on your pet’s road to recovery. Sometimes however a non-surgical, therapeutic option may be the best solution for a traumatic injury or chronic illness.
At Veterinary Surgical Specialists (VSS), we know that the right therapy is the key to better outcomes, increased quality of life, and recovery to a full range of motion. Whether your energetic young dog athlete needs canine intra-articular therapy for osteoarthritis, or your older feline friend needs a pain management protocol after a splenectomy, the VSS surgical team will walk you through the options available, and tailor a rehabilitation program to the needs of you and your pet.