Rehabilitation at CVETS

Enhancing Recovery, Optimizing Health, and Improving Well-Being.

Veterinary rehabilitation focuses on improving the mobility, function, and quality of life of animals recovering from injury, surgery, or chronic conditions. These services are designed to enhance the animal's overall well-being and help them regain strength, flexibility, and endurance.


On the Road to a Quick Recovery

Animal Rehabilitation typically involves a multidisciplinary approach, combining various techniques and modalities tailored to meet the specific needs of each patient. These therapies help animals recover from injuries or chronic conditions by using various therapeutic techniques, exercises, and modalities to improve mobility, reduce pain, and enhance overall well-being. 


Cold Laser Therapy




Massage and Manual Therapy

Therapeutic and Fitness Exercises

Meal and Diet Management

Meet Dr. Erica Dunphy, CVMMP, CVA

Dr. Dunphy is a veterinarian with a passion for integrative medicine and rehabilitation. After completing her undergraduate studies at the University of England in 2009, she pursued her veterinary degree at Ross University, where she graduated in 2013. She gained experience in integrative medicine and rehab at an integrative practice in Charlotte, NC, and obtained certifications in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound and Veterinary Medical Manipulation (VMM). She now leads our Rehabilitation & Alternative Medicine Department offering services such as hydrotherapy, laser therapy, acupuncture, spinal manipulation, and holistic medicine.