Dog IVDD, Disc, Back Injury - Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy

We Help Dogs With IVDD, Disc or Back Injuries, Live Their Best Life With Their Owners, Without Pain Meds Or Surgery.

Looking For Dog Physical Therapy for IVDD, Disc, or Back Injury Solutions Near Salt Lake City?

Here’s how we can help you…

If You’ve Found Our Site Because You Are Looking To Work With A Dog Physical Therapist In Salt Lake City or the surrounding areas, Or if you are looking for a safer more natural option that works...

Then You Have Come To The Right Place!

But before we get started, I have created a free quiz…

“Is Dog Physical Therapy Right For My Dog’s IVDD, Disc Or Back Injury?”

This quiz is perfect for you if:

A Message From Joshua Hall, Owner & Founder of Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy

If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you are in the right place! Dog physical therapy can help!
Many dogs with in Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas suffer unnecessarily with ivdd, disc, or back injuries because they’re told…
The Truth Is...

At Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy We Specialize In Helping injured and aging dogs, live their best life with their owners, without pain meds or surgery

It can be very confusing to decide exactly what you should do if you are looking for pain relief for your dog’s ivdd, disc or back injury. You’ve likely heard a lot of options such as…

It’s overwhelming to try to make a decision with all these choices…what will happen to your dogs’ ivdd, disc or back injury, or will your dog get pain relief, if you don’t make the right one?

Most people get stuck trying to make a decision about what to do next. They go days, weeks, months (even years!) without taking action for their dogs’ pain or ivdd, disc or back injury.

When It Comes To Solving Something Serious Like Your Dogs Pain or IVDD, Disc or Back Injury …

You must choose the right provider for their health. If you don’t, they could end up getting dangerous surgery (when it was unnecessary) or being dependent on painkillers the rest of their life.

Getting the “least-invasive”, most natural treatment is VITAL to you stopping your dogs ivdd, disc or back injury and keeping it from ever coming back.

To do that, you have to not just treat the dogs ivdd, disc or back injury, but have a provider who is willing to figure out WHY the pain happened in the first place. That’s when you’ll get a PERMANENT solution to your dogs problems.

At Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy we’ve created a 3-step process to get rid of your dogs pain AND make sure it doesn’t come back again.

Step #1 - We Want To Listen To You and Your Dogs Story

Getting pain relief for your dog can be frustrating. You wait weeks, sometimes months, for an appointment, only to get to talk to the specialist for 10 minutes before they have to run to the next client and you’re left sitting there wondering, “What just happened?”

Even most dog physical therapy clinics operate this way. They’re not attentive, they’re fast-paced, and your therapist doesn’t have time to actually touch your dog where they hurt.

This is why our first step is to listen to your story.

After working with lots of dogs with ivdd, disc or back injuries, we know that no two dogs are alike. Each dog has a different body, a different history, and different types of pain.

That is why our first step is to have an open conversation and time for you to tell your dogs story. That way we get a deep understanding of what’s going on not just with your dogs’ body, but also how it’s impacting your life together.

Step #2 - FIND OUT WHY YOUR DOGS’ ivdd, disc or back injury STARTED

Many people have a diagnosis, or medical term for what’s going on with their dogs’ body. Maybe their vet gave it to them, maybe tests showed the diagnosis, or maybe you found it online.

You could have been told that your only choice was to use pain medications or opt for surgery.

Sometimes, those things bring temporarily relief, but they’re not addressing what CAUSED the problem in the first place.

Every dogs’ cause of ivdd, disc or back injury is different. No dog has the exact same problem caused by the exact same thing as another dog.

Our goal at Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy is to find that original cause of your dogs’ ivdd, disc or back injury, so not only does your dogs’ pain go away, it STAYS AWAY!

We understand that you still might be skeptical or unsure if dog physical therapy is right for your dog. That’s why we created a free discovery session. (Yes! That means the first session is ON US!)

Our Discovery Sessions are meant specifically for those people who are skeptical, unsure, or have even been let down in the past. During the Discovery Session you’ll find out what’s wrong with your dog, how long it’s going to take to fix it, and give you peace of mind that your dogs’ problem can be fixed naturally!

Step #3 - GET RID OF YOUR DOGS’ ivdd, disc or back injury & KEEP IT FROM COMING BACK

This is when the big transformations occur. We develop a personalized plan that allows your dog to…

…Get back to exercising with you without you having to fear their ivdd, disc or back injury coming back
…Be able to go for long walks, run, hike, play and just be a dog again
…Get back to their pre-injury lifestyle they love
….Get back to chasing cats
…And much more…

Our best clients are those who are motivated, ready to overcome their dogs’ ivdd, disc or back injury, and ready to win back their active lifestyle with their dog. (Even if they feel stuck right now!)

Want to know more about our availability and costs before making any commitment to coming in?

You don’t have to sacrifice your active lifestyle and happiness with your dog over problems that can be fixed.

Sincerely,

Joshua L. Hall,
DPT, OCS

What Other People Just Like You Are Saying About Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy in​ Salt Lake City, UT...

Dog: Milo

Mylo is a 13 year old dog that had herniated discs and was told he only had a few months left, due to extreme pain and inability to walk normally. Through canine or dog physical therapy at Salt Lake Animal Physical Therapy he is now able to walk and has greatly improved his quality of life and time with his owner:)

Owner: Terelle

Dog: Nina

My little dog Nina is 15 years old. She was limping but it was not arthritis. Due to her limp she had trouble getting around. She was also not her barky, active little self. We tried meds and laser therapy, but it did not seem to help at all. Sadly, we struggle with this for over a year. I guess we waited so long because I put faith in my vet and ran through all the treatment he suggested. I also just assumed that age had taken its toll. All I can say is, nothing helped. Then, by sheer chance, someone recommended Josh Hall to us. I called the very next business day. Josh saw Nina within a week. The first session seemed to make her worse; she was exhausted and even more limpy. But a friend said to me. “Have you ever had physical therapy? The first session is always hard.” True. After the next session, her pain noticeably decreased, and her limp began to improve. After 4 sessions, she was improved to the point that her limp was almost unnoticeable, and her mood was bright and happy again. From there we have been exercising per Josh’s recommendations. Having Josh come to our home was great! Nina is afraid of people, but in her own environment she warmed up to Josh quickly. I also appreciated the fact that Josh gave use exercises so that we could work on our own in between sessions. I was also impressed that Josh told me when he thought he could really do no more for her; he did not try to extend her sessions just for the business. It’s impressive to see someone who really loves and cares about helping animals. If your dog is suffering, I would not wait. I believe that Josh will give you an honest assessment. He helped Nina and had I found him sooner, I could have saved Nina pain and myself worry and money. Age and injury can be difficult for anyone, but it’s especially hard on a little dog that cannot talk to you. The person that recommended Josh told me he was a “miracle worker” and in Nan’s case it was true!

Owner: Susan

Dog: Cookie

Cookie is a 4 year old Shih Tzu-chihuhua mix with a disc injury. He was given a 5% chance to walk again. Hear how dog physical therapy literally saved his life!