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Recently becoming very popular on the forefront of veterinary medicine is the advent of Pet Rehabilitative Therapy. Although the certification degree Dr. Verna obtained at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine specifies work on dogs (CCRP=Certified Canine Rehabilitative Practitioner), she has used her skills in Animal Physical Therapy to help everything from hamsters and rabbits, cats and Great Danes recover from surgery or injury. Just as in the human Physical Therapy field, veterinarians certified in Rehabilitative Therapy are able to combine the use of many therapeutic techniques and exercises to help a pet patient heal from injury or surgery and return to a strong healthy state of wellness.
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