Conditions Treated at Valley Animal Rehab
If your pet needs rehabilitation from an injury, illness, old age, or surgery, Valley Animal Rehab in Clifton, NJ, offers the best in pet rehab services. Our list of services includes injury rehabilitation, post-surgery care, and more. Using state-of-the-art technology and innovative treatments, Valley Animal Rehab can treat a variety of conditions. Our team is professional and compassionate about animal rehab and have several years of experience in veterinary rehabilitation.
Our clinic offers a full range of veterinarian rehabilitation services. Here is a list of conditions treated at Valley Animal Rehab:
Also known as degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis is a permanent deterioration of the cartilage surrounding the joints. It is a very common issue with aging dogs and cats.
This a progressive disease affecting the spine. This disease is mostly found in dogs. Typically, it begins with a lack of coordination in the hind limbs. The dog tends to wobble or drag his feet when walking.
This is a disease of the neck and is most common in larger breeds of dog. It is caused by compression of the spinal or the surrounding nerves, resulting in problems with the nervous system.
Cats and Dogs can have strokes, and in most cases, they require immediate veterinary attention. Typical signs include howling in pain, dragging of the hind legs, and limping on the front legs. Pets who suffer a stroke should be taken to a professional veterinarian for a checkup.
Post Orthopedic Surgery Care
Orthopedic surgery care is stressful for the pet owner and the pet. A trained animal chiropractor can help guide the owner on how to best manage the post-surgery care.
Intervertebral Disc Disease
This condition causes degeneration of the discs in the spine causing pain the back, neck, or limbs. The pressure can also cause weakness and numbness in the limbs.
Severe Debilitating Soft Tissue Injuries
Soft tissue includes muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Severe injuries in the soft tissue can be debilitating for pets.
This condition happens when a piece of cartilage from the discs block blood to the spinal cord resulting in a stroke.
There are a variety of nerve injuries that can happen to pets. Most of these neurological issues can be treated with injury rehabilitation programs prescribed by a veterinarian.
This is a progressive and degenerative disorder affecting the muscles. It is most common in dogs.
Valley Animal Rehab in Clifton, NJ
For more details about veterinary rehabilitation services at Valley Animal Rehab in Clifton, NJ, please explore the rest of our site. Apart from pet rehab services, our team at Valley Animal Rehab can provide information on dietary programs, home exercise programs, and insurance policies. Your pet deserves the same level of treatment as you. Get in touch with us to book an appointment by calling (973) 509-5225.