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Video Links to the Therapeutic Techniques and Exercises of PHPH
Before starting a regimen of physical therapy, your pet should be evaluated by a qualified veterinarian to review health history, assess overall physical health and determine what specific problems your animal has before deciding on appropriate therapy. The exercises presented here are reminders for our clients who have already been shown through demonstration and hands on training how to do them on their own animals. Without proper evaluation and instruction, one could potentially harm an animal using these techniques. Do not use these exercises if your animal resists or shows signs of pain when you do them. If you have questions or problems regarding these procedures, please make an appointment with one of our doctors for further instruction or clarification.