Located in Langley, British Columbia, Peak Animal Wellness Services offers a variety of physical rehabilitation and wellness services to help pets across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley reach their peak levels of health and fitness. From puppies to seniors, every pet’s health can be improved by making small changes to nutrition, supplementation, detoxification, and exercise, to help them live their best lives, every day!
Physical Rehabilitation and Wellness Services
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
"Our veterinarians who have completed additional training in TCVM use a variety of techniques that have been used in eastern medicine for thousands of years, including Acupuncture, food therapy, Tui Nai (Chinese massage), and herbal medicines to help balance the body from the inside out."
Manual Therapy involves the use of one's hands to improve mobility of joints and soft tissues. Various techniques, such as joint mobilizations or orthopedic manipulations( known in the human health field as chiropractic), soft tissue mobilizations, massage, and passive range of motion techniques help to decrease pain and inflammation and optimize function. Manual therapy is an effective and non- invasive treatment option. Most patients become very relaxed during treatments, and beneficial results are more often noticed within 24 hours of treatment.
Underwater Treadmill Hydrotherapy
Aquatic therapy uses the therapeutic properties of water to improve range of motion, strengthen muscles, and boost endurance, while reducing the risk of injury. Water therapy can aid in the rehabilitation from soft tissue injuries, postoperative orthopedic surgeries, neurological impairments, osteoarthritis, muscle weakness, geriatric care, and weight issues. Our treadmill has an incline and resistance jets as well as adjustable water temperature and 2 doors so the animal doesn't have to turn around to get out.
Laser Therapy treatment is a non-invasive therapy that makes use of intense beams of light of specific wavelengths to help reduce pain and inflammation. LASER stands for ‘Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. When the light of specific wave lengths are targeted to a particular area of the body, physiological changes take place in the cells. This process is known as phot biomodulation. In contrast to surgical lasers, the therapeutic lasers gently pass through the pet's skin without breaking the skin or causing discomfort.
Our team members are trained in a variety of techniques and modalities to help improve your pet's overall health and wellness, including body work, Reiki, LASER therapy, Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF), neuroelectric muscle stimulation (E-stim), therapeutic exercise and more! These services can help improve pain and inflammation, circulation, mobility and relaxation in between appointments with our veterinarians to ensure pets always have access to the care they needed.