Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic

The Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic has been created to promote good health, decrease pain and promote a return to good quality of life in our pets following injury, surgery, and other health issues such as osteoarthritis, back pain or cancer.

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What makes us unique

The Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic offers an integrative approach to improving quality of life in your pet by tailoring to the patients’ needs pharmacological as well as non-pharmacological modalities.

Services we offer

We offer a range of pain and rehabilitation services, including:

  • Cold/heat therapy
  • Joint mobilization
  • Pharmacological pain control
  • Tissue massage
  • Low-level LASER therapy/therapeutic Laser
  • Acupuncture
  • Underwater treadmill/hydrotherapy
  • Balance training
  • Strength training
  • Cardiovascular conditioning
  • Weight reduction and maintenance
  • Neuromuscular electrical stimulation
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Sports medicine conditioning
  • Nervous system retraining
  • Palliative/End-of-Life and Hospice care

Our dedicated Pain and Rehabilitation Clinic team are able to coordinate with our other specialist services all of whom can assist in providing the best comprehensive care to make the best decisions for you and your pet.


  • Dry room where we offer most of our integrative treatment including laser, ultrasound, massage and more
  • Wet room with an underwater treadmill

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Research and teaching

Alongside the provision of a clinical service, the department is active in both clinical research and teaching. We supervise veterinary students rotating through Pain and Rehabilitation clinic as part of our innovative final year curriculum. Several clinical research studies are also conducted within the department which aim to improve patient care, and impact upon pain and rehabilitation practices across the profession. You may be asked for consent for your animal to be involved in one of these trials when you come to the hospital, and the clinician in charge would be happy to give you further information.

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