SUCCESSFUL REHAB OF COLORADO-HIKING DOG WITH TORN KNEE LIGAMENT & NO SURGERY

Hi! Hope all is well with you. Thanks for keeping me in your circle for emails! You should feel free to tell or post on social media anything about the rehab of Sputnik. He’s doing amazing. When we moved out here (Manitou Springs, CO), he got a little re-injured. Our yard is built into a […]

HOW YOU MAY HELP RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS AND ANIMAL SHELTERS WITH REHAB!!

This is an exciting opportunity! for you to get involved in rehabilitation for rescue organizations and animal shelters in the USA right now (and maybe around the globe later)!   WHAT? If you read  >>> the reviews <<< on this site, you will see that several veterinarians and others have mentioned that this book ∨∨∨ should be available to […]

POST-FHO HOMEWORK SUGGESTIONS FOR DOGS (Hip Surgery)

Femoral Head Ostectomy/Removing the Ball off the Femur at the Hip Joint First and foremost: pay attention to the discharge instructions your veterinarian has given you. During this surgery, there was cutting of muscle and other tissue that will require care and time to heal. You do not need to wrestle with your dog in order […]

Intense Exercise, Muscle Soreness, Recovery, and Anti-inflammatories

Intense Exercise, Muscle Soreness, Recovery, and Anti-inflammatories Rehab Deb’s Comments: One of the most important bits of this report is something I’ve been reading more and more research regarding, and that is that nsaids (non-steroidal anti-inflammatories) subdue, limit, delay the healing process. I have also read several reports regarding the same being true when ice is used. […]

NSAIDs: Not as Safe as Patients May Think

Laurie Scudder, DNP, NP, Bill H. McCarberg, MD April 02, 2014 Safety Issues With NSAIDs (Discussion from the “human” side, which should help you and your pet when you are making decisions about medications- RehabDeb) Medscape: NSAIDs continue to be a widely used medication, particularly for patients with inflammatory conditions. A 2013 analysis of 7 years of […]