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Our sole mission is to improve your pet's quality of life

In this crazy and unpredictable world, know that we are always here for you and your pet!


How can PAWSabilities PT help your pet?

At PAWSabilities PT, Dr. Miller takes the time to speak with you in length about your pet and their injury or condition as well as your concerns and goals. She also gets to know your pet and strives to earn their trust so they feel comfortable while receiving treatments. 


Common conditions treated include:

  • Arthritis
  • Dysplasia
  • Disc Disease
  • Spinal Injuries
  • CCL tears and other ligament tears
  • Fractures
  • Sprains and strains
  • Post-surgical conditions
  • Wounds
  • Muscle and tendon injuries
  • Senior dogs
  • Amputations
  • Paralysis and lameness


Canine physical therapy is covered by pet insurances that include rehabilitation!


Why PAWSabilities PT?


It can be difficult and stressful for your injured pet to get into and out of the home, car, and clinic. That's why all services are delivered right to your home and provided to your pet in their own environment! This is where they feel most comfortable, allowing them to get the most out of their treatments! 


What is included in canine physical therapy?


-Initial evaluation to assess your dog's musculoskeletal system and then determine the best plan of care for your dog


-Near infrared laser therapy to facilitate and speed healing of injured tissue in the body, while reducing pain and inflammation


-Massage and stretching to promote muscle flexibility and joint range of motion


-Exercises to improve strength, balance, weight bearing, and gait pattern


-Home exercise programs to help maintain flexibility and strength


We use the strongest class of near-infrared laser on the market to heal your pet from the inside out. No side effects, only pain-relieving tissue-healing results!


Contact us today


Have a question about your pet? Drop us a message here! We look forward to helping you and your pet!


What our customers are saying

I have an 8 year old french bulldog named Jax with slipped discs in his back. I was told that he would need a $5,000 surgery that may or may not even work, so I turned to other options and sought a second opinion. Dr. Miller was super honest and informative with me about what was going on with Jax and his spine. After a few sessions of physical therapy Jax was like a brand new dog! He appeared to like the laser therapy the most as he sat on Dr. Miller's lap licking her face the entire time. I wish I knew about canine physical therapy sooner! I would recommend anyone with an injured pet to Dr. Miller at PAWS PT!

Kerry Silva

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