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Rehabilitation Services

Canine & Feline Rehabilitation

Countryside Veterinary Services doctor.

Veterinary Rehabilitation is a service provided at our facility for both cats and dogs. This service is provided to, but not limited to, patients for a multitude of reasons including post-operative, injury recover, and pain and mobility management.

Meet our doctor, Sarah Diederich, certified in Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy as well as several additional integrative therapies. She will work with our qualified staff to develop a physical exercise and rehabilitation program specific to your pet’s needs to help them regain or retain functionality.

Countryside Veterinary Services doctor.

Our certified technician, Kat has earned her post graduate, state certification in Veterinary Massage and Rehabilitation Therapy (CVMRT). She will help apply functional neurology and her knowledge of anatomy to create an individualized plan specific to your pet’s goals and work with you at each visit to continue to develop their progress plan.

Therapy Options

dog walking on underwater treadmill

Physical Exercise Program


Manual Massage/Therapies


Is underwater treadmill right for your pet?

What makes our Hydrotherapy option different?

Thermal Therapy

Additional Therapies

Ready To Schedule? Here’s How To Get Started:

Your consultation with Dr. Sarah Diederich and her staff will involve a comprehensive musculoskeletal assessment, gait analysis, pain assessment, and the development of a tailored treatment plan.

Schedule a consultation by contacting our dedicated appointment coordinating staff. You can reach out by phone at 920-968-3322 or by email at [email protected].

Your pet needs to be up to date on core vaccinations and has been evaluated by your primary veterinarian within the last 6 months. Please have records from your regular veterinarian, surgeon, or veterinary specialist submitted for review prior to your scheduled visit.

Submit a Rehabilitation Questionnaire to your rehabilitation care team.