Valley Veterinary Hospital

437 Danbury Road
New Milford, CT 06776


Pulse Magnetic Therapy 

Rehabilitation for your pet

Pulse Magnetic Blanket 

Dry treadmill  

Aquatic Treadmill 

Therapeutic Ultrasound 

Therapeutic Whirlpool 

Physio Balls 

Wheel Chair

     Rehabilitation is a treatment or treatments designed to facilitate the process of recovery from injury, illness, or disease to as normal a condition as possible.  Dr. A is a certified canine rehabilitation practitioner.   

     The purpose of rehabilitaiton is to restore somem or all of the patient's physical. sensory, and internal capabilities.  It is prescribed after many types of injury, illness, or disease, including arthitis, cancer, cardiac disease, neurological problems, orthopedic injuries, spinal cord injuries, and strokes.

     Our rehabilitation programs are tailored to the individual patient's needs and can include one or more types of therapy.  Rehabilitation can include physical, acupucture, electro acupuncture, tui-na, therapeutic whirlpool, nutrition, laser therapy, prolo therapy or other therapies.

     Family members are encouraged to become actively involved in the patient's rehabilitation program.  It not only provides encouragement and comfort to our patients but also helps pet owoners to see the progress made over time using various therapies.Rehabilitation Treatment include:

Click on one of the following services to learn more!

Animal Chiropractic

Aquatic Treadmill

Aquatic Bioelectric Therapy


Cryo & Heat Therapy 

Food Therapy

Land Treadmill

Laser Therapy

Electro Acupuncture

Neuromuscular Stimulation

Pulsed Signal Magnetic Therapy

Therapeutic Exercises

Therapeutic Ultrasound




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Office Hours


8 am

6 pm


8 am

1 pm



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