AREC loves having Dr Lindy Price as part of the AREC team for rehabilitation.
Lindy obtained her rehabilitation qualifications from the University of Tennessee in 2017 and is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner CCRP. Rehabilitation is part of routine orthopaedic procedures in the human realm, and the same benefits exist for pets undergoing orthopaedic surgery. As part of her studies, Dr Lindy Price also visited the University of Tennessee, USA in 2016.
**Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, Dr Lindy Price is significantly reducing her activity in our Broadmeadow hospital and will be consulting remotely. To further discuss rehabilitation, she welcomes your enquiry directly email@example.com **
Dr Lindy has a range of experience with different manual therapies, therapeutic exercises and laser treatments to help you pet recover from orthopaedic or neurologic conditions.
Rehab can also benefit chronic conditions like osteoarthritis. Strengthening and stretching certain muscle groups can improve mobility and reduce the discomfort pets experience in their day to day lives.
Rehabilitation techniques can reduce the time your pet is recovering from surgery and get them back on their feet sooner.
Diseases that are routinely managed on long term pain relief, such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, cruciate injuries benefit greatly, and in some cases, medication may be significantly reduced.
Part of animal rehabilitation also includes helping patients with neurologic or nerve injuries. Patients that are recovering from spinal surgery are encouraged to walk again with special exercises and gait patterning. Rehab techniques can also be really beneficial for patients that choose not to go for surgery. Whenever a dog or cat injures one limb, they have three others that can compensate, but in doing so, they twist their spine and can put forces on their good legs that can predispose to injury. Rehab can strengthen the injured body parts and avoid compensatory injuries.
Rehabilitation services also include custom splint manufacture for diseases involving ligaments or joint contracture. New Life Vet is teaming up with a prosthetist in the USA to custom fit and design splints for your pet’s needs.
If you have any questions regarding rehabilitation for your pet, please do not hesitate to phone and Lindy would be only too happy to discuss a range of rehabilitation options to meet your needs.
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