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Canine Rehabilitation Coeur D Alene ID

Rehabilitation procedures typically practiced on dogs include underwater or land-based treadmill exercise, passive range of motion and stretching movements, electrical stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound, proprioceptive training techniques, massage or other manual therapy maneuvers, swimming and more, depending on the inclinations and training of available therapists.

Liberty Lake Veterinary Center
(509) 343-8896
22026 E Country Vista Dr
Liberty Lake, WA
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Bailey, Tawnie K, Dvm - Vca Alpine Animal Hospital
(208) 664-2168
655 E Best Ave
Coeur D Alene, ID

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Giddings, Noelle, Dvm - Sunset Animal Hospital
(208) 765-4608
3600 N Government Way
Coeur D Alene, ID

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River City Animal Hospital
(208) 777-9178
310 S Harbor Park Ct
Post Falls, ID

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Luce, Brian, Dvm - River City Animal Hospital
(208) 777-9178
310 N Herborn Pl
Post Falls, ID

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Liberty Lake Veterinary Center
(509) 343-8243
22026 E Country Vista Dr
Liberty Lake, WA
 
Vca Alpine Animal Hospital
(208) 664-2168
655 E Best Ave
Coeur D Alene, ID

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Mountain View Veterinary Clnc
(208) 772-7484
10187 N Taryne St
Hayden, ID

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Porter, Krista, Dvm - Mc Kinlay & Peters
(208) 457-8813
13802 W Prairie Ave
Post Falls, ID

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Rathdrum Animal Clinic
(208) 687-2200
6499 W Commercial Park Ave
Rathdrum, ID

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Considerations for Canine Rehab Protocols

The young and burgeoning field of canine rehabilitation is changing the way dogs recover from injury and surgery, with rehabilitation centers springing up across the country. The outmoded approaches of yesteryear, wherein animals were kept inactive through cage confinement or unmitigated pain, are disappearing in favor of more enlightened approaches adopted in human rehabilitation decades ago.

Veterinarians now look for more than just a good surgical outcome, seeking earlier return of neuromuscular control and function through active engagement of both the patient and client.

Rehabilitation procedures typically practiced on dogs include underwater or land-based treadmill exercise, passive range of motion and stretching movements, electrical stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound, proprioceptive training techniques, massage or other manual therapy maneuvers, swimming and more, depending on the inclinations and training of available therapists.

What Studies Show
Although evidence is emerging in both human and veterinary physical therapy, human physical therapists and canine rehabilitators alike readily acknowledge the dearth of high-quality, randomized, controlled and sufficiently powered trials, individually evaluating each component of a multifaceted rehab protocol. Such studies would lend insight into the relative value of each modality and provide answers to persistent questions concerning rehabilitation.

For example, some studies indicate that structured physiothe...

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