COVID-19 UpdateDue to current restrictions, we are still unable to offer Canine Rehab services at our on-site facility at Chicopee Hills Animal Hospital. We are now offering Canine home visits and will continue to offer Canine Rehab virtually.
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CanineTech Rehab is a canine rehab facility offering physio services for your dog. Dogs experience pain and injuries similar to people and thus require expert assessment and treatment for a variety of injuries and conditions that may cause pain or dysfunction. Our canine rehab therapist has completed specialized training in canine therapy in addition to her years of advanced training and experience as a registered human physiotherapist.
Our approach to canine rehab follows the same principles as human physiotherapy. The detailed assessment of your dog will focus on identifying the underlying cause and contributing factors to their injury or condition. This approach will enable us to treat your dog in the most effective way. Appropriate exercises, manual therapy and modalities will be combined to improve the course of their recovery.
At CanineTech Rehab we strive for ongoing communication and cooperation with you and your veterinarian to ensure the best care possible.
The Animal Rehab Division (ARD) of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) has been advocating for registered physiotherapists to be the professionals of choice to provide animal rehabilitation. The ARD provides education for physiotherapists, as well as communication between animal rehab therapists to provide the best care for your animals. The ARD follows the ethical guidelines of the CPA and values the inter-relationships between the animal, animal owner/guardian, veterinarian and other animal health care providers.
Our CanineTech Vision
- Providing animal rehabilitation from experienced, manual therapy canine rehab therapists who are also human physiotherapists.
- To educate the public on the availability of physiotherapists providing canine rehabilitation.