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Vol. 12, Special Issue 9 (2023)

Physical therapy and rehabilitation in canine patients

Author(s):
M Vigneswari, Imtilemla Jamitsur, Reanna Evelyn Da Cruz, S Tina Roshini, N Gurunathan and N Arul Jothi
Abstract:
Physical therapy is often practiced as an alternative therapy, to conventional veterinary treatment. By use of various modalities simple techniques like stretching exercises, cold compression, heat therapy, can be applied on animals in-house, or and having veterinary physiotherapists on-site provides an additional means by relieving pain or discomfort. Physiotherapy can also provide an excellent outcome to the animals following injury or surgery as well as a satisfactory image to the clients.
Pages: 2261-2264  |  357 Views  272 Downloads
How to cite this article:
M Vigneswari, Imtilemla Jamitsur, Reanna Evelyn Da Cruz, S Tina Roshini, N Gurunathan and N Arul Jothi. Physical therapy and rehabilitation in canine patients. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(9S): 2261-2264.
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