What Services Do We Provide?
Scuba Sam’s Canine Hydrotherapy provides many services for all pets, including Hydrotherapy, Laser Therapy, Massage Therapy, and Animal Chiropractic. Fun Swims for those animals who just can’t stay out of the water.
We also know of places to contact for wheelchair fittings or braces for dogs with ACL tears or abnormal conditions which impair their mobility. We invite you to learn more about each of our services throughout the website, or you can stop by and see for yourself! We are more than happy to help you find the right products and services to suit your pet’s unique needs.
The benefits of swim therapy for your pet are innumerable. Exercise has the benefit of providing both buoyancy and resistance, making it possible to strengthen and condition muscles and build endurance without placing stress on joints. Bathing in hot water can also dilate blood vessels and relax joints and muscles, easing aches and pains and aiding in healing of injuries.
Laser therapy is one of the most effective animal rehabilitation modalities for treating pain and promoting healing in pets who’re suffering from a wide array of ailments, an injury or who are recovering from surgery. Laser therapy, sometimes also referred to as “Cold Laser”, uses specific frequencies of light to penetrate deep into your pet’s tissues.
The benefits of a chiropractor include: join health, better range of motion, less pain, less stress on the body, decreased inflammation, more relaxed/responsive muscles, faster recovery, improved blood/lymph flow, better nerve brain function, increased energy, more restful sleep, improved disposition, improved appetite/digestion, better athletic performance, improved vitality, and more!
Animal massage therapy is an important part of every rehabilitation session at Scuba Sam’s Hydrotherapy. Not only does it allow the therapist to bond with your pet through touch, but it’s also a great diagnostic tool. While stretching your pet’s muscles to increase flexibility and relaxation, the therapist is also checking for any swelling, new growths, inflammation or pain that may be an indication of an injury or undiagnosed health issue.