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Our Canine Rehabilitation Program includes:
Your dog may be a candidate for rehabilitation if he or she:
Benefits of Canine Rehabilitation:
To schedule an appointment or for inquiries please call Kim Raible at (804) 355-9144 or email her at email@example.com
Kim has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) since 1997. In 2010, she completed her certification in Canine Rehabilitation from the University of Tennessee and in 2017, she completed a Small Animal Medical Massage course through the University of Colorado. Kim is a member of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM), American Association of Rehabilitation (Technicians) Veterinarians, and National Association of Veterinary Technicians. Her career experience is in both large and small animal medicine to include emergency, surgical, and general practice settings. She has a special interest in geriatric management as well as performance conditioning.
A referral from a veterinary surgeon or your regular veterinarian is required prior to your pet's rehabilitation evaluation.
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Stress Reduction/Behavior Modification: