Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy with Becky Wroblewski, CVT, CVMRT
We are proud to offer massage treatment programs tailored to meet your pet's specific needs. The primary goal of massage is to increase strength, movement, and function of the body. Other goals include improving circulation to speed healing process, increasing range of motion, relieving pain (both chronic and acute), preventing future injury, and decreasing muscle tension.
While massage therapy is not used as a sole pathway of veterinary care, there are many reasons to introduce massage and rehabilitation therapy into your pet's care. If your pet is experiencing any of the following issues: mobility changes, unexplained pain or behavior issues, post-surgical changes, or trauma recovery setbacks.
***Massage treatment programs are under the direct supervision of a licensed veterinarian, and each patient's medical conditions are taken into consideration prior to treatment.
Referrals are welcome! Please call to set up an appointment. (608) 269-8234