4 years old Milton came to seek our advice when his family noticed that he walks with hip wiggles. We utilized veterinary physiotherapy techniques to help with his muscle soreness, and carried on with home strengthening exercises!
5-year-old Maysen had a TPLO surgery with the veterinary specialist to repair a torn cruciate ligament on her knee. Paws in Motion team helped with her rehabilitation to encourage a more rapid return to mobility!
Dash the handsome dachshund had a spinal surgery for intervertebral disease which has caused him nerve damage and limited mobility. We applied physiotherapy techniques to help him to be able to walk in confidence again!
Sadie had a Total Hip Replacement (THR) surgery on her left hind leg and this is a little video on her rehabilitation journey. She is now running like a champion!
Dau Dau had a surgery to stop several discs pressing on his spinal cord at his neck 3 months before our team met him. He was unable to walk on all four legs. Watch more to see his rehabilitation journey!
Leopard fell from 10th floor and fractured his pelvis. His sciatic nerve was damaged and he could not use his leg. We were called in to help the nerve and his mobility.
Ella had a broken left front leg before she was rescued. Here is her story of receiving tender love and care in her recovery and rehabilitation with the help of physiotherapy
Puppy Luke has been doing well on his post hip joint surgery (FHNE) rehabilitation! He's training his core muscles along with his hind legs (first part of the video) and front legs (second part) on the wobbly balance disk.
We were able to retrain Buddy to first sit, then stand, then walk with support by focusing on normal joint range of motion and reinforcing normal movements along with neurological pathways and sequences.
Six year old mini poodle, Buddy, went from a bouncing super active doggy to unable to move overnight, when his brain had an infection that affected his ability to do everything.
Paws in Motion now offers telemedicine to our clients in turn help support your pet in these times where travel to the clinic or home visits may be difficult.