If your pet has recently had surgery or been injured, one of the best ways to improve muscle mass and hasten your pet’s recovery is with physical therapy. Rehabilitation helps build and maintain muscle mass in older dogs as well, so they can stay more active. Rehabilitation helps retrain the nervous system after any type of nerve damage. It is very beneficial after any spinal cord damage. We can help your pet regain fuller function and slow the progression of some degenerative diseases. Our knowledgeable staff can direct you in providing safe, muscle building exercises for your pet. These exercises may range from simple sit-to-stands to more progressive activities targeting specific muscles or groups of muscles. Whether your pet has had surgery to repair a cruciate ligament and requires rehabilitation therapy, requires passive range of motion after a back injury, or needs specific stretches for muscle sprains and strains, our staff is ready to work with you to develop a physical therapy program for your pet’s recovery.