Animal Rehab Service | Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital

By: Tveh  09-12-2011
Keywords: Emergency Hospital, Veterinary Emergency Hospital

Animal Rehab Service | Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital

Animal Rehabilitation Service

Come, Stay, and Heal

Rehabilitation services are provided by a veterinarian certified in canine rehabilitation

Services Available

Rehabilitation Consultations

Includes a full musculoskeletal assessment and creation of a tailored in-clinic or out-patient rehabilitation program

Tailored Home Exercise Plan

Programs include customized written instructions for therapeutic exercises and client education

Manual Therapy

Utilized to improve joint health, includes range of motion, stretching and joint manipulations

Thermotherapy and Cryotherapy

Offers anti-inflammatory and pain relieving benefits

Low Level Laser Therapy

Provides pain relief, reduces inflammation, aids in tissue repair (wound management) and stimulates acupuncture points

Electrical Muscle Stimulation

Utilized to stimulate muscles which require strengthening or neuromuscular re-education

Neurological Rehabilitation

Techniques that focuses on core -strengthening and proprioceptive neurofacilitation (functional and repetitive movement patterns)

Commonly Treated Conditions

Post-op Orthopedic

Cruciates, fractures, and femoral head ostectomies


Staging cruciates and femoral head ostectomies

Non-surgical Cruciates

Improve outcome by reducing pain, maintaining joint health, and providing multi-modal arthritis treatment

Soft Tissue Conditions

Iliopsoas strains, biceps tendonitis, and management of myofascial trigger points

Neurological Conditions

Surgical and non-surgical IVDD/LS, FCE, supportive care and assistive devices for Degenerative Myelopathy

Arthritis and geriatrics

Multi-modal approach to arthritis improves successful management and provides options for feline patients

Palliative Care program

Maintain function and quality of life while focusing on pain management

If you have any questions regarding the rehabilitation service, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Tara Edwards at 416-247- VETS (8387)  

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