An Osteopathic Approach to Animal Rehabilitation
- Animal Rehabilitation
- Osteopathic Evaluations
- Visceral Manipulation
- Cranial Sacral Therapy
- Comprehensive Assessments
- Compassionate Care
- Practical Non-Invasive Solutions
What is our goal in osteopathy?
To restore balance in all five systems of the body, thereby restoring the animal's vital force or Chi. The whole body, including TMJ and hoof balance, should be moving and operating in harmony, with no restrictions, creating balance in the animal. Osteopaths also evaluate the animal's social environment, living quarters, nutrition and occupation, since these factors can also affect the well-being of the animal.
What are our treatment tools?
Our hands and eyes are our tools. Our treatment toolbox includes cranial sacral work, myofascial release, visceral manipulation, joint mobilizations and various manipulation techniques.
Osteopathy can and does compliment other alternative approaches as well as traditional veterinary practices.
When your animal companion suffers from an accident, trauma, or surgery we are here to help in the recovery and rehabilitation process. We also offer manual therapies and consulting in the realm of proactive conditioning to help your animal now as he/she ages.
Lisa has developed an extensive and remarkable background over the years. After a long career in helping humans, Lisa discovered the many special rewards realized from assisting animals with rehabilitation and physical therapy.
Over the years Lisa has helped many animals through recovery and rehabilitation. On this website are just a few case studies that showcase her techniques and results. There are not quick fixes! However, in time, with creative technique, guidance, patience and persistence it is remarkable what can be accomplished.
Physical Therapist and Pilates Instructor
Licensed Vet Tech and Equine Osteopath
Specializing in Animal Rehabilitation
For Consultation, please call 518.223.3473