Veterinary Rehabilitation Services

Whether you were referred to us by your veterinarian or have found us on your own, we welcome you and your pet to the Center for Veterinary Pain Management and Rehabilitation.
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Veterinary Rehab and Pain Management Services

Before getting treatment at our center, ask your veterinarian about rehabilitation for your pet. While we don’t require a veterinarian’s referral, a written referral is very helpful in evaluating the problem and determining the right treatment. We like to work closely with you and your veterinarian to identify and treat the pain or mobility issues your pet faces. We recommend that when you schedule a consultation with us, you ask your veterinarian to fill out our New Patient Referral Form located at the bottom of this page. Then bring the referral form, along with your pet’s records and radiographs, with you to the consultation.

During this first consultation, Dr. Rick Wall will discuss with you the pain management and rehabilitation treatments appropriate to your pet’s condition. Your pet’s medical records and radiographs can assist him in determining the causes of pain and restricted mobility. After Dr. Wall’s evaluation, we create an individualized treatment plan to address and remedy your pet’s specific condition.

Veterinary Pain Management

We aggressively address pain with both pharmaceutical therapies and techniques in non-surgical rehabilitation. We use pain examination techniques to first localize and identify the patient’s pain. Once we know the location of the pain, we then use diagnostic tests to determine its cause—the so-called “pain generators”.

Pain is complex, and the more established pain is, the more difficult it is to manage. This complexity often results in a failure to recognize and treat the cause of the pain, which produces a cycle of chronic pain, suffering and decreased quality of life. A complex problem requires a complex solution.

Veterinary Rehabilitation

We use physical rehabilitation to treat disabilities caused by a physical impairment that is often the result of orthopedic or neurologic injury and disease. Our veterinary rehabilitation experts have experience and knowledge in many disciplines, including orthopedics, neurology, myology (the study of muscles and muscle tissue), biomechanics (the principles of mechanics as applied to living organisms), and pain management.

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CCL Rehabilitation

Postoperative rehabilitation is very important for CCL patients, especially canine athletes.

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Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy
Myofascial Trigger Point ​Therapy

Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) is a painful condition that results from the presence of sensitive areas within the muscles.

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Neurologic Rehabilitation​

We consider it our mission and our challenge to make all pets with spinal cord and peripheral nerve injury walk again!

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Orthopedic ​Rehabilitation

The goal for our orthopedic patients is to reverse the disability they experience because of an orthopedic injury.

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Sports Medicine

We offer veterinary care in the field of sports medicine. Our team develops a customized treatment plan based on your pet’s diagnosis, abilities, and limitations.

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Conservative ​Rehabilitation Therapy

Conservative therapy consists of rest, anti-inflammatory medications, exercise and in certain cases, weight loss.

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Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)
For almost 10 years we have treated hundreds of patients with Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy.

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Pain Management

Pain management involves taking steps to manage pain from the outset as well as continuing to manage pain throughout your pet’s treatment and recovery process.

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Other Services

We also offer regenerative medicine, custom orthotic braces, and more.

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