For Veterinarians

Paw Mobility provides canine rehabilitation to improve mobility and function in dogs so they can return to daily activities. Services are provided in clients’ homes for ease of access for those dogs that have difficulty traveling and for owners who need the convenience. I hold a Doctorate of Physical Therapy, have completed The University of Tennessee’s Certified Canine Rehabilitation program, and have had extensive training in the field of canine rehabilitation.

Physical therapists manage movement dysfunction and improve functional abilities by restoring, maintaining, and promoting optimal physical function. A thorough evaluation is completed to determine what impairments are present that are leading to the movement dysfunction. Then an individualized treatment plan is developed that will include hands-on techniques, exercises, therapeutic modalities, and education. Home exercise programs are taught to the owners and are progressed as tolerated.

The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Veterinary Medicine allows for veterinarians to work with physical therapists as long as a referral is completed. This process is initiates communication. Communication is extremely important to achieve optimal function, returning dogs to what they love to do. Veterinarians will receive the initial physical therapy evaluation and concurrent progress reports. They will be contacted and referred back to the primary veterinarian with any medical issues that may arise. 

Please contact me with any questions or concerns that you have.

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300 Andover St, Suite 252
Peabody,MA 01915