LOOKING FOR ANIMAL REHABILITATION CENTRE?
RA Healing Centre is Singapore’s first and most trusted veterinary approved
hydrotherapy and rehabilitation centre for dogs and cats
Call us now for a free consultation – 6291 6881
Here are some of our happy dogs IN THEIR REHABILITATION TREATMENT
WHY OUR CUSTOMERS LOVE US?
Buttons has been a regular for over a year for laser, physio, hydro and accupuncture treatment. appreciate the genuine care and concern from all at Ra. More importantly buttons has benefitted from accupuncture and the other therapies. appreciate Dr Sara and the team’s efforts.
multi-pronged strategy: early professional intervention and treatment, diligent home care and nutritional based approach, scientific based evaluation and objective measurements of progress
BENEFITS OF CANINE AND CAT REHABILITATION
Importance of Dog Rehabilitation and Hydrotherapy
Rehabilitation therapy or Hydrotherapy can be used to speed an animal’s recovery, improve motor skills, reduce pain, build strength, and increase range of motion. It can also enhance performance in canine athletes, and help obese pets lose weight.
RA Healing Centre is the first and only Small Animal / Pet Rehabilitation Centre in Singapore that have an entire spectrum of canine rehabilitation modalities, including manual therapies like massage; tools to improve strength, coordination, flexibility and balance; water and aquatic therapies; hot and cold therapy; and therapies involving the use of ultrasound, laser and electrical stimulation devices.
We are also the only centre in Singapore working closely with Veterinarians, documented the progress of healing and recovery of your pet using sophisticated measuring instruments that are only available through us – including detailed weight bearing of your pet’s leg and measurement of muscle growth.
Since RA Healing Centre opened her doors in 2016, our RA Team that includes Rehab Veterinarian, Certified Hydrotherapist and more has greatly expanded over the years to include help for dogs suffering a wide range of disabling conditions, including gait abnormalities, spinal cord injuries, joint injuries, soft tissue injuries, arthritis, inflammation and swelling, pain, overuse injuries, and geriatric conditions.