Canine Rehabilitation Treatments

The canine rehabilitation center at Colorado Canine Orthopedics and Rehab offers a wide range of treatment services and works closely with the board certified surgeons at Colorado Canine Orthopedics & Rehab to offer the most comprehensive care available for today’s canine orthopedic and sports medicine problems.

Our rehabilitation services include non-surgical treatments and conditioning modalities. Depending on your dogs individual condition, we will create a rehabilitation plan using a combination of therapies. You can learn more about the variety of treatments available below. 

  • Acoustic Shock Wave Therapy +

    Acoustic Shock Wave Therapy is also called Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT). Extracorporeal means outside of the body and refers to the method the acoustic waves are applied. Acoustic Shock Wave Therapy involves generation of an acoustic wave that is transmitted through a “trode” which looks similar to an ultrasound Read More
  • Canine Cold LASER Therapy +

    Canine Cold LASER Therapy Canine Cold LASER Therapy. Cold LASER therapy is a state-of-the-art treatment technique for your pet which uses light photons penetrating into the area to help decrease pain, decrease inflammation and enhance tissue healing. LASER stands for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation." LASER units have different intensity and power Read More
  • Electromagnetic Therapy (tPEMF) for Canine Rehabilitation +

    Electromagnetic Therapy (tPEMF) is an FDA approved therapy that uses magnetic pulses to target a dog’s specific surgery site or source of arthritis pain. tPEMF introduces an electrical stimulus that mimics those already present in healthy tissues, which provides the stimulus the tissue needs to promote cell re-growth and healing. At Read More
  • Hydrotherapy / Underwater Treadmill for Canine Rehabilitation +

    Hydrotherapy / Underwater Treadmill for Canine Rehabilitation Water therapy, also called hydrotherapy has been widely used for people and dogs because of the substantial benefits of exercising in water. In an underwater treadmill treatment session, the height of the water and speed of the treadmill can be adjusted by the therapist to attain specific goals designed for Read More
  • Manual Therapy Techniques for Canine Rehabilitation +

    Manual Therapy Techniques for Canine Rehabilitation Performing manual therapy techniques is an essential component of advancing tissue healing after an injury or surgery. Here at Canine Rehabilitation and Arthritis Center our staff has over thirty years of experience using hands on techniques in human physical therapy and canine rehabilitation. Our knowledgeable staff uses several manual therapy Read More
  • Transcutaneous Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation (TENS) for Canine Rehabilitation +

    Just is in human therapy, Transcutaneous Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation (TENS) works in dogs by sending low level currents to an area of muscle that has been injured or weakened due to lack of use, stimulating it and forcing it to contract. Read More
  • Therapeutic Exercise for Canine Rehabilitation +

    Therapeutic exercise is a foundational component of canine therapy. Here at the Canine Rehabilitation and Arthritis Center we are committed to developing an individualized therapeutic exercise program for every dog we treat. Additionally, with over thirty years of experience in developing exercise programs, our staff is able to progress and Read More
  • Therapeutic Ultrasound for Canine Rehabilitation +

    Therapeutic Ultrasound for Canine Rehabilitation Therapeutic ultrasound is used to reduce the build-up of scar tissue, promote bone healing improve muscle and joint mobility, as well as provide pain relief to the pet. Read More
  • Canine Trigger Point Dry Needling +

    Canine Trigger Point Dry Needling In canine physical therapy, numerous manual therapies are utilized to decrease a pet's musculoskeletal pain. Trigger point dry needling is such a technique. Muscle and connective fascial tissue (myofascia junctions) can develop adhesions, contractions and spasm resulting in a viscous cyclic pathway of neuromuscular stimulation, muscle contractions, followed by more Read More
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