Future plans for the practice include animal physical rehabilitation. I am working toward certification in canine rehabilitation through the University of Tennessee's Canine Rehab Program. At this time I am happy to work with your pet, for a nominal fee, if under the supervision of your veterinarian. Animals, like humans, may be treated for weight loss, arthritis, orthopedic and neurological injuries and post operative rehabilitation. Treatment may include, massage, range of motion, strengthening, flexibility and conditioning exercises. As with potential human clients, I offer free screenings to see if this type of service is right for your pet.

"I have great interest in
our animal friends, the
health and healing of their forms, as well as their connection to our
own healing."

Regarding Animals...

Molly
Molly Jarin, MSPT

Animal resources and links:

The Nature Of Animal Healing by Martin Goldstein, DVM an excellent reference with emphasis on

Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide To Natural Health For Dogs and Cats

Wellpet - a forum for natural pet care Animal nutrition and commercial pet food

Wellpet - a forum for natural pet care  More information on Animal Vaccinations

W. Jean Dodds DVM - Animal Health and Nutritrition - changing vaccine protocols

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab Utah, is the largest no-kill animal sanctuary in the US. Home of Dogtown on national geographic. A lovely place to visit andvolunteer, located in a beautiful canyon and within an hour drive to many national parks

Certificate Program in Canine Rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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