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CANINE PHYSICAL THERAPY is revolutionizing pet care, and we know that proper treatment can return your pet to a higher quality of life and GET YOU BACK TO DOING WHAT YOU LOVE WITH YOUR BEST FRIEND! Let the MACKE INSTITUTE OF CANINE THERAPY guide you, as we chart a course for your pet's long-term health. The following are the common conditions treated by CANINE PHYSICAL THERAPY.

THIRD, we prescribe targeted exercises to regain full STRENGTH

FOURTH, we progress therapeutic exercises to achieve the highest level of FUNCTION

The RECOVERY SEQUENCE is supported by evidence and research to provide the most effective path to your pet's recovery.

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CCL/ACL tears are the most common injury in dogs. In some cases, physical therapy may be an alternative to surgery. In other cases where surgery is warranted, physical therapy is an indispensable component of your dog's complete recovery.

THIRD, we prescribe targeted exercises to regain full STRENGTH

FOURTH, we progress therapeutic exercises to achieve the highest level of FUNCTION

The RECOVERY SEQUENCE is supported by evidence and research to provide the most effective path to your pet's recovery.

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Arthritis is the most common orthopedic diagnosis in canines, affecting as many as one in five dogs. If your dog is getting older and starting to slow down, consider physical therapy to treat and manage their pain and mobility.

THIRD, we prescribe targeted exercises to regain full STRENGTH

FOURTH, we progress therapeutic exercises to achieve the highest level of FUNCTION

The RECOVERY SEQUENCE is supported by evidence and research to provide the most effective path to your pet's recovery.

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Neurologic conditions are common in long-back dogs and come with a wide range of symptoms. As in human medicine, physical therapy is necessary to help dogs' bodies relearn how to coordinate and move efficiently.