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Singapore First Holistic Pet and Animal Centre

An alternative care for Singapore Pet Owners – RA HEALING CENTRE

DOGS & CATS REHABILITATION

IT IS NOT JUST HYDROTHERAPHY OR SWIMMING

Physical therapy for dogs and cats, or animal rehabilitation, adapts human physical therapy techniques to increase function and mobility of joints and muscles in animals. Animal rehabilitation can reduce pain and enhance recovery from injury, surgery, degenerative diseases, age-related diseases, and obesity. This includes non-invasive therapies such as proprioception exercises, therapeutic exercises, aquatic therapy (hydrotheraphy and hydro treadmill), physical agents and electrotherapeutic modalities such as NMES, TENS and Cold Laser therapy.

WHAT IS CANCER MANAGEMENT

PROPER DIET | SUPPLEMENTS | IMMUNOTHERAPHY

WE KNOW HOW SCARY THE WORD CANCER IS. While there is no known cure for cancer in both cats and dogs as yet, a near to complete anti-cancer diet, well planned supplements and coupled with Immunotheraphy (also known as NK Cell Therapy) gives your pet a fighting chance against the awful word cancer. At RA Healing Centre, we believe one of the key element in cancer fighting is a well balance approach CAM (Complimentary Narrative Medicine).

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Physical therapy for canines, or animal rehabilitation, adapts human physical therapy techniques to increase function and mobility of joints and muscles in animals. Animal rehabilitation can reduce pain and enhance recovery from injury, surgery, degenerative diseases, age-related diseases, and obesity. This includes non-invasive therapies such as proprioception exercises, therapeutic exercises, aquatic therapy (hydrotheraphy and hydro treadmill), physical agents and electrotherapeutic modalities such as NMES, TENS and Cold Laser therapy.

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Nutraceuticals is a broad umbrella term that is used to describe any product derived from food sources with extra health benefits in addition to the basic nutritional value found in foods. They can be considered non-specific biological therapies used to promote general well-being, control symptoms and prevent malignant processes. The philosophy behind nutraceuticals is to focus on prevention, according to the saying by a Greek physician “Hippocrates” who said “let food be your medicine”.

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Cancer can be treated by surgery, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, and targeted therapy (including immunotherapy such as monoclonal antibody therapy). The choice of therapy depends upon the location and grade of the tumor and the stage of the disease, as well as the general state of the patient (performance status). A number of experimental cancer treatments are also under development. Let us guide you along this journey. We have worked with hundred of pets owner and provided a good quality of life.

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BodyTalk sessions for animals balance the general bodymind energy of the animal and address emotionally based illnesses typically unaddressed through veterinary care. The beauty of BodyTalk is that the system respects the body’s own needs and determines your body’s priorities for healing. Then with the use of a variety of non-invasive techniques, BodyTalkers refocus your body’s natural healing response to establish better communication within the body.  

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR ANIMAL RESCUE GROUPS

Ra Healing Centre acknowledges the hardwork of the below rescue groups.

All volunteers from the below groups bringing in rescued dogs will be entitled to  discounted prices.

Please contact us personally for Stray and Rescue Dog Rates

Call Us Today! +65 6887 3631 |animals@holisticpetcentre.com

RA HEALING CENTRE FACILITIES

OUR RECEPTION AREA

Spacious Waiting Area for owners and their pets

ROOM OF JOJO

PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION

ROOM OF JILL

COLD LASER | NMES | TENS

ROOM OF SAKURA

HYPERBARIC 100% MEDICAL OXYGEN

HYDROTHERAPY

HYDROTHERAPY AND TREADMILL FOR DOGS

COMING SOON

THE CHILL OUT AREA

“ Paw In Your Hand, Till The End ”

OUR DAILY THOUGHTS

VETS THAT WE HAVE ENCOUNTER

DO YOUR RESEARCH BEFORE CONSULTING THIS PAGE. BELOW ARE JUST OUR PERSONAL EXPERIENCES

HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR VET

THIS IS A BIASED REVIEW FROM OUR EXPERIENCE

A veterinarian is your pet’s second-best friend.

When selecting a veterinarian, you’re doing more than searching for a medical expert. You’re looking for someone to meet your needs and those of your pet, a doctor who has people as well as animal skills. The worst time to look for a vet is when you really need one, so plan ahead and choose wisely.

Veterinarians often work with a team of professionals, including technicians and qualified support staff, so you’ll likely want to evaluate the entire vet team’s competence and caring. You should also consider the hospital’s location and fees when making a decision. Driving a few extra miles or paying a bit more may be worth it to get the care you want for your pet.

How to find the right veterinarian

The best way to find a good veterinarian is to ask people who have the same approach to pet care as you. Start with a recommendation from a friend, neighbor, animal shelter worker, dog trainer, groomer, boarding kennel employee or pet sitter.

If you’re looking for a specialist, ask about board certification. This means the vet has studied an additional two to four years in the specialty area and passed a rigorous exam.

Once you’ve narrowed your search, schedule a visit to meet the staff, tour the facility and learn about the hospital’s philosophy and policies. This is a reasonable request that any veterinarian should be glad to oblige. Write down your questions ahead of time.

What to look for in a veterinary practice

  • Is the facility clean, comfortable and well-organized?
  • Are appointments required?
  • How many veterinarians are in the practice?
  • Are there technicians or other professional staff members?
  • Are dog and cat cages in separate areas?
  • Is the staff caring, calm, competent and courteous, and do they communicate effectively?
  • Do the veterinarians have special interests such as geriatrics or behavior?
  • Are X-rays, ultrasound, bloodwork, EKG, endoscopy and other diagnostics done in-house or referred to a specialist?
  • Which emergency services are available?
  • Is location and parking convenient?
  • Do fees fit your budget, and are discounts for senior citizens or multi-pet households available?
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