Veterinary Therapy Laser Comparison In 10 Points

Here are the 10 Key-points you need to be able to compare Veterinary Therapy Lasers (also called Cold Lasers or High-Intensity laser therapy) and get the most out of your investment. Understanding the differences between therapy lasers on the market … Read More

Canine Rehabilitation for Senior pets with Osteoarthritis

Goal 1- Improve the range of motion of the joints The more the angle of flexion and extension are comfortable, the more at ease is the dog to walk. Q: How do you tell a dog to flex and extend … Read More

10 Rules Of Thumb In Canine rehabilitation

1- Goniometer And Tape Measure Animals do not talk to tell us how effective the treatment is. Therefore, regular measurements and assessments of the biomechanics are necessary. The basic tools used are: A tape measure is used for the circumference … Read More

Dog Cruciate Ligament Damage: Surgery vs Knee Brace

Although we always wish for our pets to lead a long and healthy life, sometimes life just doesn’t work out that way. With dogs, cruciate ligament injuries are common in the hind leg region as they like to run about … Read More

Top Ten Biological Effects of K-Laser Therapy

Clinical studies and trials of laser therapy technology indicate the following beneficial effects of laser therapy on tissues and cells: Anti-InflammationLaser Therapy has an anti-edema effect as it causes vasodilation, but also because it activates the lymphatic drainage system (drains … Read More

The Canine Physiotherapy Candidate

The geriatric/arthritic patient The geriatric patient is a unique rehabilitation candidate mainly because the wear and tear of their body are not the only things to be managed. Improving cognitive function is also important. Most geriatric dogs are stiff, arthritic and … Read More

Veterinary Animal Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

What is Animal Rehabilitation? Animal Rehabilitation is the art of using different therapeutic modalities in combination with massage, stretching and therapeutic exercise in order to help the body regain function and mobility. In rehabilitation, not just the site of injury … Read More