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(603) 465 4444

Common Ailments HNHPT Treats:

Cranial Cruciate Repairs • Femoral Head Osteotomies  Medial Patellar Luxations • Hip and Elbow Dysplasia  Fracture Repair Recovery  •  Surgical Site Healing promotion • Wound Healing-lick granulomas, decubiti (pressure sores) • Post Spinal Surgeries & Neurological Rehab • OsteoArthritis Management • Carts, slings, splints, castings • Weight Management  •  Conditioning for working & competition dogs  • Prevention of muscle loss and atrophy • Enhance agility, conditioning & balance

Canine Physical Therapy treats movement dysfunction and rehabilitation, promoting healing of tissues, increased strength and faster functional recovery. Canine physical therapy has been an established practice of care in European countries for over 20 years. Due to growing awareness of improved recovery in a shorter amount of time, animal physical therapy has growing recognition in the U.S. To schedule an appointment or learn more about the animal physical therapy services, please call our clinic in Hollis, NH at: (603) 465-4444.

Horse 'n Hound PT’s (HnHPT) clinic offers state of the art hydro therapy using an Aqua-Paws underwater treadmill for strengthening, flexibility and range of motion restoration. The clinic contains two gym spaces for gait training, strengthening and balance exercises utilizing a variety of equipment  to help dogs and cats get back to coordinated functional movement. Therapeutic modalities of a class 3b and level 4 cold laser and therapeutic ultrasound, heat and cold, manual approaches and massage are applied to reduce pain, inflammation and promote faster tissue healing.

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Jennifer Brooks, PT, CCRP, CERP and Canine Patient

“WE love it when our dedicated owners take our instruction to heart and let their imaginations run wild at home. This Rascal working in real-life on his core strengthening. The more we de-stabilize the dog, the more they recruit their hip, trunk, spinal and shoulder muscles.

Go Rascal !!” 


            - Jen Brooks

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