Physical therapy improves quality of life for pets, too

04/3/2013 | Washington Post, The

Rehabilitation is a growing field of pet health care that aims to help animals cope with physical problems such as knee or back trouble by improving strength and flexibility, possibly decreasing the need for medication. Underwater treadmills, obstacle courses and massage are just a few of the tools pet physical therapists employ. "We really get to make a difference in a pet's quality of life," said Renee Mills of VCA Veterinary Referral Associates.

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