Is Your Pet Having Difficulty With…

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  • Sitting Or Lying Down?
  • Getting Back Up?
  • Losing Their Balance?
  • Pain When Standing Or Walking?
  • Post-Operative Recovery/Return To Function?

  • Going For Walks?
  • Walking Up Or Down Stairs?
  • Limping When Walking?

CANINE REHAB OF NEW YORK Can Help!

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At CANINE REHAB OF NEW YORK our dedicated team treats a variety of patients.

Orthopedic
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Degenerative Joint Disease
  • Hip & Elbow Dysplasia
  • Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injury
  • Luxating Patella
  • Femoral Head Osteotomy
  • Total Joint Replacement
  • Fractures
  • Amputations
  • Immune Mediated Joint Disease
Neurologic
  • Degenerative Myelopathy
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Fibrocartilaginous Embolism
  • Balance & Vestibular Disorders
  • Wobbler’s Syndrome
  • Paralysis or Paresis

Geriatric
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Hindlimb Weakness
  • Generalized Pain Management
  • Muscle Strengthening
Weight Management
  • Obesity with underlying condition
  • Weight Loss
Fitness
  • Conditioning
  • Strength Training
Preventive Rehabilitation
  • Instruction and Strengthening to Prevent Injury

Your Pet’s Journey

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At your first visit to CANINE REHAB OF NEW YORK your pet will have a physical evaluation with our certified rehabilitation veterinarian and treatment with our rehabilitation technicians. Your dog’s condition as well as your goals for your pet will be discussed in order to develop a comprehensive rehabilitation treatment plan.

We will schedule a series of rehabilitation sessions and review exercises that you can do at-home to assist in your pet’s return to optimal function. We work as a team to help you and your pet during the entire process. We are always accessible by telephone or email to communicate about your companion’s rehabilitation needs.

 

Scoop’s Story

When Scoop was only 7 months old, his owners noticed that he would often skip on his walks after waking up in the morning or napping. A visit to his veterinarian revealed a luxating patella (kneecap). The patella would pop out of the groove, causing discomfort and a skipping gait.

Rest and anti-inflammatories did not help. When Scoop was at 10 months old, his owners chose to try surgery to correct his knee. After a successful surgical procedure and 6 weeks of recovery, Scoop decided that he was perfectly happy not using his newly operated leg and instead walked on only 3 legs.

Eight weeks after his surgery he came for an evaluation at Canine Rehab of New York. It was recommended that Scoop start rehabilitation twice a week for 4 weeks, and then if progressing well, once weekly for 4 weeks. We used a Stance Analyzer during the course of treatment to measure the amount of weight that Scoop was placing on his operated left hind leg.

Normal Weight Distribution for a Dog

Left Front       Right Front

    30%                 30%

Left Hind        Right Hind

    20%                  20%

Scoop’s Weight Distribution  – Start of Rehab 11/14/2017

Left Front       Right Front

        39%               37%

 Left Hind       Right Hind

        0%                  24%    

Scoop’s Weight Distribution – End Of Rehab 1/19/2018

  Left Front        Right Front

       24%                    34%

   Left Hind        Right Hind

       20%                   22%

Scoop has graduated rehab and can now live a happy and fulfilling life. He can enjoy long walks, playing with his friends and cuddling with his owners without pain or discomfort!

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Make An Appointment today to learn how CANINE REHAB OF NEW YORK can help you and your dog live a better, fuller, pain-free life.