TPLO Rehabilitation Process
Here are videos demonstrating passive range of motion exercises and icing therapy. It is important to keep in mind that if your pet is performing additional activities (hills, sit-to-stands, S-shaped walking, etc) and is regressing in limb function, we strongly recommend you stop the exercises and consult with your veterinary surgeon or a canine rehabilitation therapist for further guidance. For more information on additional rehabilitation exercises click here.
Here is a link to find a rehabilitation therapist in your area: http://rehabvets.org/directory.lasso.
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