Pet Physical Therapy in Tennessee

Veterinary physical therapy helps animals recover from injuries or illnesses, and it also helps your pets live longer, happier lives through increased mobility. This non-invasive treatment is designed to reduce pain and restore normal physical functioning of the muscles and joints.

What Does Pet Physical Therapy Treat?

Pet physical therapy can serve as an alternative to pet surgery or as a means of recovering from surgery. Here are some of the conditions that veterinary rehabilitation can help with:

  • Surgical and non-surgical ACP ligament injuries

  • Arthritis

  • Hip and elbow dysplasia

  • Degenerative Myelopathy

  • Recovery from soft tissue injuries

  • Gait abnormalities

  • Stroke recovery

  • Surgical and non-surgical patella luxation

  • To build strength and range of motion of various body parts

  • Reduce pain and inflammation

  • Weight loss assistance

How We Approach Physical Therapy at Veterinary Home Healthcare

Dr. Reynolds and the team at Veterinary Home Healthcare use pet physical therapy as an essential part of holistic and integrative veterinary care. Through manual therapy like chiropractic techniques and pet massage, therapeutic exercises, and stretching, we help your pets live their best lives.

Scheduling An At-Home Physical Therapy Session With Veterinary Home Healthcare

Veterinary Home Healthcare is a certified Fear Free practitioner. This means we prioritize your pet’s comfort and well-being during our physical therapy sessions. Familiarity and compassion are top priorities because your pets are family, and they deserve the best treatment.

If you’d like to schedule a physical therapy appointment for your pet, fill out our easy online contact form, or reach out to us by phone or email.