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Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy (VMRT)
As your pet’s therapist, I vow to work with you and your pet to set realistic goals for your pet’s future. In doing this, we will reduce pain, reduce chance of injury and achieve a better overall quality of life for your pet.
-Morgan, CVT, CVMRT
What is VMRT?
What happens in a VMRT appointment?
Each patient is treated individually and the rehab program is tailored to that particular patient. There may be similarities between cases, but no two patients are alike. To use VMRT to the patients benefit, the therapist must understand and apply functional neurology, anatomy and biomechanics to improve on patient outcome.
The condition of your pet will determine which combination of modalities will be used to achieve the best results at the correct pace for your pet.
Who is a rehabilitation patient?
Rehab can benefit a multitude of patients. Geriatric patients can benefit both mentally and physically. Rehab can help maintain or improve the performance and overall strength and conditioning of sport and performance patients. Rehab is also crucial for post-op patients and patients with pre-existing conditions.