At Back on Track, we build for your pet's
long term health. Our programs are designed
to help you learn to help your pet. In addition
to our in-clinic therapy plans, each client is
provided with a comprehensive, customized
home care program. Since the recovery period,
however long or short, generally has a beginning
and an end, time spent on therapy is critical to
reaching your pet's optimum performance level.
Back on Track Veterinary Rehabilitation Center takes a comprehensive, " wholistic" approach to building and maintaining healthy activity for your pet. We have provided physical therapy techniques for pets throughout the Pacific Northwest since 2001. Dogs and cats enjoy our gentle manual techniques and acupuncture in a relaxing setting designed for their comfort.
Back on Track Veterinary Rehabilitation Center, LLC
9045 SW Barbur Blvd #130 Portland, Oregon 97219
Please be aware that we expedite scheduling according to the issues and level of pain and debilitation. If you feel your patient needs urgent attention, let us know. We can also consult on pain medication regimens with your veterinarian if needed.
Muscular and skeletal adjustments and massage techniques adapted from human therapy are beneficial to improve flexibility, joint health and pain relief. We employ the most effective methods for your pet's condition.
We employ multiple theories and schools of thought when we perform acupuncture, utilizing the most recent data and neuro-anatomical models to deliver pain control and improve nerve-muscle communications. In addition, we use needle-free techniques, as well as aqua-puncture and electro-acupuncture.
LASER therapy is a cutting edge technique for applying deep, directed heat and energy to body tissue that has been deprived of oxygen due to injury, scarring and disuse. It can facilitate joint and soft-tissue flexibility and scar remodeling, quickly relieving stiffness and discomfort.
TENS and NMES are commonly used for muscle relaxation and strengthening, improving nerve signaling and retraining sensory pathways to help override pain.
Each case is individually assessed and treated. If you wish your pet to have a specific treatment, we will discuss and decide whether it is appropriate in your case. We prescribe and treat according to our best judgment of your pet's circumstance.
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