What to Expect at Your First Appointment

Prior to your First Appointment, Visit your Veterinarian It’s important that you know that I am not a veterinarian. I am a Physical Therapist and Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, legally registered/licensed in the state of Colorado to perform animal physical therapy. However, prior to … [Continue Reading]

About Canine Rehab

If you have ever received Physical Therapy treatments for yourself, then you may already have a good idea.  Canine Rehabilitation is simply the application of human Physical Therapy principles and techniques on dogs. Physical therapy in humans or dogs is a used to maintain, restore and improve … [Continue Reading]

Services

My services are based on the need of the dog and a treatment may include a combination of any of the following therapeutic treatment techniques and Modalities: Soft tissue mobilization Joint mobilization Therapeutic exercise Trigger point release Neuromuscular electrical … [Continue Reading]

Meet Mamie

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Mamie (pronounced like Amy with an ‘M’). Thank you for taking the time to learn about me. Whenever I am making a major decision or pursuing something new, I like to educate myself about what I am getting into. So, I am pleased that you have come to my website … [Continue Reading]

Providing Quality Physical Therapy for Dogs Throughout the Denver Metro Area

Convenient, In-home Services

POST-SURGICAL REHAB  AGING ISSUES  CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURIES
NEUROLOGICAL ISSUES  SPORT CONDITIONING  DEGENERATIVE MYELOPATHY
HIP & ELBOW DYSPLASIA   MUSCLE STRAINS   OSTEOARTHRITIS

Featuring: Manual Therapy, Therapeutic Exercise, Customized Treatment Plans

I am not a veterinarian and offer no veterinary medical treatments. I am a Physical Therapist and certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, legally registered/licensed in the state of Colorado to perform physical therapy on dogs. Prior to commencing any treatment for any condition on your dog, I must receive a medical clearance from your veterinarian that deems your dog is safe and appropriate for rehabilitation. I will collaborate with your veterinarian, keeping them regularly informed of your dog’s progress through the course of care. The vet referral form is available under “New Clients” or on the Veterinarians page.