Our Locations

 

Stephanie Weddle DVM CVMRT

4STRONG PAWS LLC

4990 Sadler Pl,Unit 5424

Glen Allen, VA 23058 us

 

4STRONGPAWS@verizon.net

 

​Rehabilitation is a combination of non-invasive hands-on therapies designed to reduce pain and inflammation and increase long term mobility.  It is complementary to traditional medicine.

WHY MOBILE SERVICES?

In home treatment is less stressful and less painful for the injured or arthritic pet. 

 

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WHAT IS REHABILITATION?

Dogs and cats are natural survivors and will hide their illness and injury if possible. Signs of pain are often subtle and may include:


Change in activity level

Difficulty with rising or sitting

Sitting with leg out to side

Reluctance or trouble with stairs

Reluctance to jump

Panting or vocalization

Change in gait, stiffness, or lameness

Muscle loss

​Overweight

Tensing when area touched

Tires easily

Attention seeking or staying to self

History of orthopedic surgery

Reduced pain 

 Improved strength

​Improved flexibility

Reduced scar tissue

Reduced arthritis

Faster healing

Better coordination

 Improved mobility for a Better Quality of life 

Does My Pet Need Rehabilitation?

IMPORTANCE OF WEIGHT MANAGEMENT  

OUR MISSION

 

We strive to improve the quality of life of pets through gentle, effective rehabilitation therapy and fitness conditioning.  We work closely with our clients and educate them on the best ways to reduce pain and improve body condition. Individual needs of the pet and the owner, both physical and emotional, are a top priority when determining the best treatment for each pet.  We are a perfect blend of science and heart.

Obesity both causes and accelerates arthritis.

Obesity also increases inflammation that may lead to diseases such as pancreatitis and cancer.

A study by Purina showed increased lifespan of 1.8 years as well as improved quality of life for lean dogs.

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WHAT Techniques do we use?

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Treatments are tailored to the needs and abilities of both pet and owner and may include:

Massage, Mobilization, Stretching, Heat/Cold, Laser, Ultrasound, PEMF, TENS, Electrical Stimulation, Exercises.

Mobile Veterinary Rehabilitation and Wellness Services

Hours

 

Monday - Friday:     9 - 6

by appointment only


Limited Saturday and Sunday availability

 

+1.804.240.1489

 

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MEET THE TEAM

Dr. Stephanie Weddle is absolutely passionate about improving the quality of life for pets. 

 

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