Posted on 01-25-2016
Many of you have heard by now that K.Vet Animal Care now offers a fully equipped Veterinary Rehabilitation program.
At KVet we always strive to offer you and your animal companions the best possible options in care, delivered with caring and kindness by the best trained people.
Dr. Daniel Halden is now certified in Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy. Dr. Halden recently completed the rigorous and most highly accredited Veterinary Rehabilitation program at The Healing Oasis in Sturdevant, Wisconsin. This program is held to the highest academic standards and attracts some of the finest and well recognized instructors in the field of Veterinary Rehabilitation. Students are held to equally high standards, assuring that you and your animal companions will be treated to the best possible care.
Veterinary Rehabilitation will complement the care we already offer you here, at KVet (including Animal Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, as well as the finest in traditional Veterinary care).
Your animal friend might need Rehab if you have noticed any of the following: a change in gait or movement; a loss of strength in one or more limbs or joints; pain; an injury; a change in endurance; avoidance of normal activities; weight gain; changes in abilities due to heart issues or age. Rehab can also benefit the animal athlete with a program of endurance training or by challenging him/her with new and varied activity. (Just like in human athletes, the number one cause of injury in animal athletes is repetitive training and lack of variety to further stimulate the body and mind.)
We are offering Rehab hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Any Rehab care will be coordinated with your veterinarian and directed by Dr. Halden.
The Rehabilitation services will be provided in the Log Cabin on South Main Street (where many of you saw us previously), while all other services will continue to be offered at our Animal Aospital at 1 Gibralter Way.
We are all very excited to offer this needed service to you and your four legged friends. We look forward to your interest and inquiries.
(My goal is to keep you up to date with our Rehab Office with weekly posts.)