Canine Rehabilitation (Dog Physio)….
You want the best care when your dog has an injury. It feels good to know you are doing everything you can for your dog wellbeing and to keep them active and healthy from puppyhood to their senior years.
So when your dog has an injury or starts to look stiff or develops a limp, you want a personalized canine rehabilitation plan for your best furry friend that provides you with education and hands on teaching so you can help your dog at home.
- Overload vs Overtraining: The difference between fitness & injury
- Posture & Pain:
- Research Articles regarding therapy protocols for : dogs with degenerative myelopathy
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- Research article: diet and rehab post TPLO surgery
So how do you know if your dog is overtraining in an activity? If you dog has decreased willingness to participate in an activity they usually love, it could be a sign of overtraining. CHRONIC INJURIES (happens over and over again) are also often linked to overtraining.
Assessing canine stance for potential pain, discomfort, muscle balances is a proactive approach to injury prevention in the athlete and the family pet.
Research Articles regarding therapy protocols for : dogs with degenerative myelopathy