Vet Rehab NI Compassion & Excellence
With the many advances made in veterinary medicine and surgery, we are fortunate to be able to access higher standards of care than ever before for our beloved pets. Specialist help is now available, both for post surgical care and in the care of our older patients who suffer similar conditions as we do. Here at Vet Rehab NI we are a team that has come together with a mutual desire and goals. We provide the highest level of care to your pet in both chronic pain management and rehabilitation. We are passionate about what we do and are excited and honoured to be a part of the journey. Thank you for trusting us to be a part of your pet’s care.
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Veterinary physiotherapy is essential in the prevention, cure and rehabilitation of many conditions. Following soft tissue injuries, fractures, age-related musculoskeletal disease, and several different surgical procedures, physiotherapy is used to accelerate healing, rehabilitation, and restore function. Canine physiotherapy re-educates movement, increases strength and function, reduces pain, swelling and inflammation and improves your dogs quality of life and return to normal mobility.
Physiotherapy Conditions that can be helped:
- Rehabilitation after surgery – for example, following surgery for hip and elbow dysplasia and cruciate disease
- Rehabilitation following fractures
- Joint problems- including degenerative disease/arthritis, pain/injury/stiffness in joints
- Congenital problems, e.g. elbow dysplasia, hip dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament rupture
- Back, neck and pelvic pain- including intervertebral disc disease, lumbosacral stenosis
- Muscle, tendon and ligament strain/tears
- Neurological conditions
- Pain or discomfort
- Difficulty with function, e.g. jumping, stairs
- A special note on the athlete – agility, working, and flyball dogs suffer many soft tissue injuries, which are often subtle and complex to make a complete diagnosis. Also, cardiovascular and musculoskeletal performance can be enhanced by physiotherapy intervention