Why choose a rehabilitation veterinarian?

Click here to read an informative brochure from the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians (AARV)  for answers to this question.

Does insurance cover rehab?

In most cases, yes, especially when performed by a veterinarian, in a veterinary facility, like Bounce Back Vet Rehab.  But of course, each plan and policy is different.  Here is a helpful link to a chart where you can get started researching the different plans.

What forms of payment do you take?

Cash, check, and credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.  We also offer Care Credit.  We do not offer payment plans.

My vet didn’t recommend rehab, but I would still like to bring my pet to you.

No problem!  Many of our clients find us on their own, or from referrals from friends, groomers, pet stores, etc.  In most cases we will ask for a veterinary referral, primarily to keep your  veterinarianIMG_9314 in the loop, but also to get any pertinent history and make sure there are no contraindications to rehab.  After your first visit we will send your vet a copy of our chart indicating our findings and the plan of care.  We enjoy working closely with your vet to take the best care of your pet that we can!

Do you do regular vet care?

No.  We are exclusively a rehab clinic.  Any additional workup, or medications will be provided by your primary vet.  In addition, we often will refer to specialists when indicated.

Why is it called rehab?

We cannot call what we do physical therapy because this is a protected human term reserved for licensed (human) physical therapists.  Essentially, coming to Bounce Back Integrative Veterinary Rehabilitation is like going to your physical therapist, massage therapist, and acupuncturist all in one!




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