Veterinarians Say…

“Jill is very professional and the patients who receive massage therapy as a part of their rehabilitation plan experience significant improvements in range of motion, circulation, muscle tension, and pain relief. I am confident of her expertise.”
Kara Keesling DVM, Director of Animal Rehabilitation, VCA Veterinary Wellness Center

“I have been very excited and pleased with the results of massage therapy for many of the acute and chronic conditions of the musculoskeletal system of my canine patients. I recommend Jill to my clients because I know she is knowledgeable, capable, and compassionate. Jill has helped many dogs have an improved quality of life and better day to day function with decreased pain.”
Julie R. Gamble DVM, Gamble Pet Clinic

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“Massage is definitely beneficial for dogs with arthritis. It’s a great complement to traditional pain control therapies. Massage may lessen a dog’s dependency on pain medication and can improve activity levels.”
Dr. Brenda McClelland, Fort Collins

“As a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, I have been trained to recognized the benefits of physical medicine in restoring and maintaining physiologic balance in the body. Massage is a technique which has been demonstrated to enhance circulation, relax tissues, improve mobility, and create a state of well-being.

“My physiotherapy patient, Beau, has a degenerative condition affecting his nerves and muscles. He receives regular massage to complement our acupuncture and physical therapy techniques. His massage has certainly enhanced his response to physiotherapy, and has helped him remain mobile in spite of his progressive myelopathy.”
Robin Downing DVM, Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management, Hospital Director of
The Downing Center for Animal Pain Management, LLC, Windsor, Colorado

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