Therapy Services


Orthopedic surgery treats bones, joints, ligaments, and muscles—areas in which your pet may feel pain from a variety of conditions. If veterinary orthopedic surgery is recommended for your pet, we will do everything possible to keep them safe and comfortable before, during, and after the surgery.

Orthopedic surgery can help animals who suffer from joint problems, torn ligaments, and broken bones, and can even help correct congenital problems. Typical symptoms of an orthopedic disorder include difficulty getting up, favoring a leg intermittently when walking, limping – swelling in the leg, stiffness, or decreased activity level. If you notice any of these problems, you should bring your pet in for an examination.

Physical Therapy

Animal rehabilitation, just like physical therapy in the human medical field, is a branch of veterinary medicine that aims to decrease pain, speed healing after an injury or surgery, maximize strength and mobility, restore function, and improve quality of life. We can help guide you on your pet’s recovery and wellness.

Animal rehabilitation can benefit animals of all ages, many species, and a variety of diagnoses. We frequently see animals with osteoarthritis, orthopedic injury, neurologic disease, post-operative recovery, trauma, or age-related decline in function. We also see animals for weight management, wellness, and performance/conditioning.

Laser Therapy

Beebout Veterinary Medical Center offers laser therapy for our patients, reducing pain and recovery time and helping your pet get back to their normal self quicker. With laser therapy, we can also more easily treat many acute and chronic conditions that can be uncomfortable, slow to heal, and likely to limit your pet’s quality of life. We are dedicated to utilizing the highest standard of veterinary technology, and laser therapy is one of the ways in which we stay on the cutting edge of our field.

Laser therapy can be integrated into treatment plans for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Skin Injuries
  • Injuries to the tendons, muscles, or ligaments
  • Lick granulomas
  • Injuries to the nervous system
  • Trigger points
  • Arthritis
  • Intervertebral and cervical disc disease
  • Post-operative incisions
  • and more!

If you have any questions or concerns about how laser therapy can benefit your pet, please contact us today!

Water Therapy/Underwater Treadmill

Hydrotherapy (or aquatic therapy) utilizes the therapeutic properties of water to relieve pain, offload painful joints, and provide resistance during therapeutic exercise—utilizing the buoyancy of water. If your dog is in need of low-impact exercise or is recovering from an injury or surgery, hydrotherapy (aquatic therapy) may be the ideal way for your pup to have fun while working out.

What conditions can aquatic therapy help treat?

Aquatic therapy is beneficial for:

  • Post-operative recovery from orthopedic procedures
  • Dogs with neurological conditions
  • Pets suffering from painful osteoarthritis
  • Dogs dealing with pain due to hip dysplasia
  • Metabolic conditions such as Cushing’s and diabetes which can result in muscle atrophy
  • Paralyzed dogs
  • Helping overweight pets get the exercise they need to lose weight
  • Aquatic therapy can also be used as a training tool to help working dogs reach optimal fitness levels.