Salt Lake City, Jan 13, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Everyone is familiar with standard Veterinary care, but what happens if that doesn't fix your animals' pain or injury? Then your animal may be in need of animal physical therapy. Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy is now open and serving dogs, cats, horses, and much more!
Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy is located at 349 E 900 S SLC, UT 84111, but also does in-home visits from Provo-Ogden-Park City.
"Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy is now open and helps injured and aging animals, live their best life with their owners, without pain meds or surgery", says owner and lead Animal Physical Therapist Dr. Joshua Hall. "We have already seen some incredible things, including a 3-year-old dog that was given a 5% chance to walk again, do just that, walk again due to our services. As well as many other animals that were told there was no chance. But don't just take our word for it, listen to what our clients are saying." -Dr. Joshua Hall
"Joshua Hall is hands down THE best animal physical therapist!! My sweet dog Mylo, who is 14 years old, was diagnosed with two herniated discs in his lower back. The vet told me that they had done all that he could for him. He recommended that we put Mylo down before he lost more of his faculties. I took him to see Joshua Hall about a year ago and he now runs around like a youthful puppy. Mylo has had ZERO recurring issues since being seen at Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy. I am sooooo happy to have my puppy back again." -Terelle
"Joshua from Salt Lake Animal physical therapy is the kindest and genuine human being always wanting to help out any animals in need. My wife and I's dog cookie was diagnosed with intervertebral disc disease, causing him to lose all his mobility in his hind legs...as soon as the first two sessions were over, cookie started standing up on his own, and staying stable enough for him to walk around and play like a normal dog again. A cookie is literally the dog we used to know before this tragic thing happened to him, and my wife and I cannot be more grateful and thankful for everything Joshua has done for cookie, and the love and respect he has shown us. Thank you, Joshua!" -Dean
"Because every single animal who suffers from pain is different. They all have different body types, past injuries, and different levels of pain tolerance. At Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy, we understand that every single animal is unique, which is why our first step is to get a deep understanding of what is happening to your animal, and how it is affecting their life and your time with them. So we can create a plan that focuses on YOUR ANIMAL and your goals. Ultimately, it's all about getting you and your animal back to doing what you love to do together and having them live their best lives." -Dr. Joshua Hall
Name of Press Contact: Dr. Joshua Hall, PT, DPT, OCS
Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy LLC
349 E 900 S
Source :Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy LLC
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