Rehabilitation

Stem Cell Therapy

Adipose-derived stem cell therapy is a revolutionary new way to treat osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia and other degenerative diseases to give pets a new lease on life. By partnering with MediVet Biologics, we're proud to be the only hospital to offer this state-of-the-art treatment in the Greater Boston area.

For animals who are seeking relief from chronic pain, stem cell therapy is an extremely safe, affordable and minimally invasive option that uses the animal’s own adult stem cells from fat tissue to heal and repair.

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Laser Therapy

For pets recovering from an injury or living with osteoarthritis or another chronic condition, laser therapy can relieve their pain and reduce inflammation. This FDA-cleared treatment is quick, painless (and even soothing!) and extremely safe.

The body has incredible healing powers. Laser therapy works by stimulating healing at the cellular level to reduce pain and increase ease of motion so pets can do more of what they do best—enjoy life.

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Hydrotherapy Treadmill

To help pets return to full function after injury or surgery, improve muscle strength and joint range of motion, manage chronic pain, and even lose weight, we offer hydro-treadmill therapy.

Because of the increased resistance to forward motion, walking on an underwater treadmill once a week or more can help animals with muscle atrophy caused by surgery or osteoarthritis improve strength and mobility. More frequent sessions, as often as every other day, can help build strength even faster.

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Veterinary Rehab

In order to greatly improve the lives of our veterinary patients, we offer a variety of rehabilitation options. From pets just getting back on their feet following surgery to those struggling with a degenerative disease, efficiently and effectively managing pain and restoring full mobility is our topmost priority.

Treatment options include massage and passive range of motion (PROM) exercises to help promote balance and coordination, improve muscle strength, and increase joint range of motion.

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