We are proud to offer canine rehabilitation services at Haven Lake Animal Hospital.
Whether you are a member of our hospital or from a veterinary practice in the Delaware Maryland area, our state of the art facility can help address the many therapeutic and conditioning needs in our canine and feline pets. We accept both self-referrals and veterinarian referred patients of clients that are not a member of our practice. Detailed evaluation reports and recommendations will be provided to your veterinarian throughout the rehabilitation process.
Physical rehabilitation therapy has been shown to be beneficial in managing a variety of conditions often diagnosed in our companion and working animals. Our goal is to facilitate a speedy return of function, restore and maintain independent mobility, and successfully manage pain to encourage a better quality of life. We provide a customized and comprehensive home exercise program to continue the rehabilitation process at home.
- Heated Therapeutic Pool
- Underwater Treadmill
- TENS/NMES Electrical Stimulation
- Therapeutic Exercises
- Manual Techniques
- Stance Analyzer Diagnostics
Conditions that Benefit from Rehabilitation Intervention
- Post op orthopedic repair
- Conservative non-surgical management of orthopedic disease
- Neurological conditions such as intervertebral disc disease and degenerative myelopathy
- Management of arthritic joint disease
- Strengthening and maintaining the elderly pet
- Conditioning of the canine athlete
- Weight loss
Our Rehabilitation Team
Our rehabilitation team includes Dr. Chris Coon, DVM, CCRP and Jennifer Pascucci, LVT, CCRP. Both Dr. Coon and Jen Pascucci have successfully completed the internationally recognized canine rehabilitation certification program at the University of Tennessee. During his two decades in the veterinary field, Dr. Coon has concentrated his practice and training in the area of orthopedic management and repair. Jennifer Pascucci is an experienced veterinary technician with 20 years of service at several well-respected specialty, emergency, and general practices such as Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, MA and Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grafton, MA.
If you are a veterinarian that would like to refer a patient for our rehabilitation services please submit our Referral Form.
Call us or e-mail The Rehabilitation Center today to see which of the many programs available will fit the needs of you and your pet.