Town East-Galloway Animal Clinic (TEGAC) introduces an exciting new service to improve quality of life while decreasing pain and inflammation for your pets. At Animal Rehab & Therapy (ART) we treat arthritis, pain management, pre- and post-operative orthopedic surgical conditions and strengthening as well as hip dysplasia, chronic conditions, weight reduction and a multitude of other conditions.
Q: What expenses should I expect?
A: We offer competitive pricing. We accept insurance plans and CareCredit. Please call (972) 613-9871 for an initial consult and packages.
Q: How soon will I see results?
A: This varies with the condition being treated. Pets typically require a few sessions to see progress. Many factors are part of the therapy success including how amiable your pet is to work with and motivate. Tip: Bring your pets hungry and let us know their favorite treats/toys!
Q: Will you work with my veterinarian? How does my doctor refer my pet for therapy?
A: Yes, we send your veterinarian progress notes regularly. Simply ask your pet's doctor to call us at
(972) 613- 9871.
A: We need previous records along with X-rays or special studies at least two days prior to your visit.
Q: How will this therapy benefit my pet?
A: Many of the techniques and therapeutic modalities we utilize will help your pet's mobility and decrease pain level, thereby increasing quality of life for them and interaction with you.
Our goal is to help your pet live a high-quality life while reducing pain and inflammation and promoting comfortable mobility.
Town East-Galloway Animal Clinic (TEGAC) is a full service animal hospital. It was founded by Drs. Joe and Michelle Quinn in 1991. They are graduates of Oklahoma State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2015, Michelle Quinn, DVM (aka. "Dr. Chelly") earned her certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapists through CRI in Florida.
At TEGAC our belief is - just as in human medicine - rehabilitation from an injury and orthopedic surgery plays a huge role in the proper recovery of your pet. In that aspect, this is similar to physical therapy. Many conditioning and therapeutic techniques are helpful for dogs with chronic conditions such as arthritis, cranial cruciate ligament injuries, hip dysplasia, intervertebral disc disease, and arthritis, just to name a few.