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Physical Therapy
& Rehabilitation

Our newly renovated space now houses our Rehabilitation Suite, where we strive to improve mobility, reduce pain, and maintain the quality of life of all of our patients. Our certified technician will work with you to make a personalized plan for your pet’s goals. Depending on session length needed, your pet will utilize multiple modalities to help them improve. This could include:


Rehab For Geriatric Patients:

As your pet gets older, arthritis and other common neurological disorders can reduce mobility, increase pain, and generally make them feel their years. By finding these problems early, we can utilize many different modalities to keep their joints feeling young, healthy, and happy. This in turn increases the years they feel amazing. 


Rehab for Injuries/Surgery:

After experiencing knee surgery, back surgery, or after repeated flares of Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD), your pet often needs help regaining full function of joints, muscles, and nerves. Our team can formulate a personalized plan to help them get back on their feet.


Many conditions can benefit from Physical Therapy/Rehabilitation:


Degenerative Myelopathy


Post-Orthopedic Surgery

Intervertebral Disc Disease

Chronic Pain


Neurological Disease

Sports/Fitness Conditioning


What We Offer:

Class IV Therapeutic Laser


Targeted Exercises

Land Treadmills

Underwater Treadmill
At Home Range of Motion and Movement Exercises

And More!

Ashley Ballard, RVT, CCAT

Ashley graduated from veterinary technology school in 2013 and has been working as a Registered Veterinary Technician.  Ashley has been passionate about companion animal rehabilitation therapy for several years and has recently completed certification through NC State to become a Certified Companion Animal Rehabilitation Therapist  and is looking forward to helping your beloved furry family member live the best and fullest life possible.  Ashley works with dogs, cats, rabbits, and any animal she believes she could help live their best life.

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