Pet Rehabilitation Services
Veterinary Rehabilitation Services
Restore Your Pets Mobility
Is your pet having difficulty with:
- Sitting or lying down?
- Getting back up?
- Pain when walking?
- Post operative recovery/return to function?
- Going for walks?
- Walking up or down stairs?
- Losing their balance?
The Rehabilitation Team at Eastside Veterinary Clinic is here to help!
We also welcome patients referred from other vet clinics in Adelaide, with a promise to maintain regular communication with the referring clinician.
Please click on the link to find the referral form your veterinarian will need to complete before your appointment.
Our Rehabilitation Treatments
We offer a variety of treatment modalities that may be used in your pet’s treatment plan including:
Home exercise programs
Hydrotherapy and Underwater Treadmill
Nutritional and Weight Loss Advice
A Goal-Based Approach
Each patient will have a unique plan tailored by our team to achieve one or more of the following goals:
- Improve mobility and flexibility
- Improve endurance and agility
- Maintain function
- Promote weight loss
- Speed recovery from injury or surgery
- Reduce pain
- Improve quality of life.
If you have any questions regarding any of these services then please feel free to make contact with our team via email or phone.
We believe that an individually tailored plan for your pet – employing multiple modalities such as hydrotherapy, physical therapy and laser therapy – is the most effective way to address conditioning and rehabilitation challenges.
Combining research, compassion, dedication and team effort, we strive to provide significant improvements in the quality of life of your pet
Our Animal Rehabilitation Team
We’re here to help!
M.AnimStud (Phty), B.AppSci (Phty)
Emma is registered as an Animal & Human Physiotherapist having graduated with a Bachelor of Human Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 1998. This was followed by a two year postgraduate Master of Animal Physiotherapy degree through the veterinary and physiotherapy departments at the University of Queensland. She graduated in 2004 and was one of the first sixteen physiotherapists in Australia to gain a Master of Animal Physiotherapy.
Sat: 8am - 1pm