Pet Physical Therapy and Laser Treatment
Animal mobility, strength, and function can all be improved by pet physical therapy, commonly referred to as rehabilitation treatment or physiotherapy. Usually, it is carried out with the help of a licensed veterinary physical therapist or a veterinarian.
Pet Physical Therapy and Laser Treatment in Kingman, AZ
The goal of physical therapy in canines is to improve the quality of life and decrease pain. Kingman Animal Hospital offers a rehabilitation program that best fits your pet’s condition. We offer hydrotherapy, massage, thermal and cryo-therapy, passive range of motion, strength training, coordination and balance exercise, and overall conditioning. Laser treatment is another service we offer that can help with pain. Class IV laser therapy does not treat conditions. Instead, it stimulates the body’s inherent healing mechanisms via photobiomodulation or biostimulation. Pet owners searching for non-pharmaceutical or non-surgical pain management solutions for pets have been introduced to Laser Therapy and found the treatment very helpful.
Pets that benefit from physical therapy are pets that suffer from chronic arthritis, herniated disks, hip dysplasia, obesity, poor conditioning, abnormal gait, paralysis, post-surgical orthopedic repairs, and many more ailments.