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What to expect at an initial rehabilitation appointment:

  • Review of Medical Records
  • Discussion of Goals
  • Evaluation of your Do
  • Discussion of Findings and Recommendations
  • Treatments you decide will be best for your situation
  • Recommendations of medication and supplement changes
  • Prescription of Home Exercise Program
  • Schedule Follow-Ups based on our recommendations and what works best for your situation.
    • Anywhere from 3 times a week to just a couple of times a year.

Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation for Animals is a rapidly growing a much needed part of veterinary medicine.  We now know that animals sometimes don't just bounce back from injuries and surgeries as we once thought.  Now we can work with you and your pet to create well defined rehabilitation programs, similar to physical therapy for us, which can aid in an animal's ability to full recovery without excessive compensatory limitations.  Through sports medicine and rehabilitation, we can also assist you in creating conditioning programs that help target your pet's areas of weakness and help you get them to that next level of competition.   


Physical Rehabilitation Techniques Include:

  • Manual Therapy:
    • Massage
    • Trigger point therapy
    • Joint mobilizations
    • Stretching
  • Therapeutic Modalities: 
    • Ice/Compression
    • Laser Therapy
    • TENS/NMES Therapy
    • Therapeutic Ultrasound
    • PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Treatments
    • Shockwave Treatments
    • Aquatic Therapy including Underwater Treadmill
  • Regenerative Medicine
    • Stem Cell Therapy
    • Platlet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
  • Therapeutic Exercise Programs:
    • Prescribed exercises to target various muscles and muscle actions.
    • Examples: Backwards walking, Side-stepping, Cavalettis, Balance Ball/Disc Work, Figure-8s


We offer Class 4 Cold Laser Therapy using one of the top lasers on the market.

The MLS Cutting Edge Laser:

  • provides laser therapy using 3 wavelengths of light
  • proven to Reduce Pain, Reduce Inflammation, and Stimulate Healing.

Check it out: www.celasers.com/veterinary



We also utilize Underwater Treadmill Therapy at our Front Range Veterinary Clinic location.

Alice Baker Meuten | 7755 County Road 94 Fort Collins CO 80524 us | +1.970.646.3600,  abakerdvm@gmail.com