Our Story

Our Story

Lorna Clarke is a licensed physical therapist with forty years experience. She attained her Diploma in Canine Rehab through the Animal Rehab Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in August 2012, a credential that is held by only two other physical therapists in Saskatchewan. She lives with her husband, three dogs, and two cats. Lorna’s two dogs have earned many agility titles through the Agility Association of Canada.

Services

Initial Assessment

Initial Assessment

A thorough head to tail assessment is done initially to confirm the problem areas that require treatment. During the initial assessment session, some treatment will be started and owners will be given a home program to follow.

Treatment

Treatment

Treatment is a continuation of the plan made during the initial assessment.
Treatment may include manual therapy (myofacial release, mobilizations, stretching, massage or other techniques), cold laser, acupuncture, or therapeutic ultrasound.

Seminars

Seminars

Injury Prevention and Maintenance of the Canine Athlete
Core Strengthening for the Canine Athlete
Canine Physical Health and Fitness
Other topics upon request

Why rehabilitation?