Michael Rowland

DVM, CCRP
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Veterinary Specialist
Rehabilitation
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At a Glance

Practicing Since:

2008

Specialties Include:

Rehabilitation

My Pets:

Ben & Jerry
Dr. Michael Rowland is a small animal veterinarian who was born and raised in Southern Ontario. His life took him to the west coast for 5 years before returning to attend the Ontario Veterinary College, graduating with the 2008 class. His previous education and work in human kinetics made animal rehabilitation a natual and exciting addition to his skill set as a veterinarian. By the graduation he had attained certification from the university of Tennessee as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner which led to a great opportunity working with the 404 rehabilitation service during and following veterinary school. While rehabilitation remained a passion, he opted to focus his career more to the general practitioner role, but never lost sight of rehabilitation as a valuable part of the veterinary care philosophy. He is ecstatic at the opportunity to re-immerse himself in the rehabilitation world with the team at 404, and he looks forward to helping develop the diagnostic side of the practice while continuing the same incredible care for which the service has become known. In his spare time, he enjoys all outdoor pursuits including mountain biking, road biking, climbing and the family cottage. His family of wife and two children shrank when they lost their long-loved dog Riley, whose shoes have been filled two-fold by the hilariously opposing personalities of their two cats, Ben and Jerry.
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Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation provides for optimal patient outcomes following orthopaedic and neurosurgery, and is a key element in a number of non-surgical neurological conditions (eg. Fibrocartilagenous Emboli (FCEM), Coonhound Paralysis and Degenerative myelopathy).

Along with her neurorehabilitation and orthopaedic rehabilitation caseload, Dr. Fagnou also diagnoses and treats a variety of soft tissue complaints such as iliopsoas and biceps muscle strains, and medial shoulder instability (rotator cuff strains).

Rehabilitation also alleviates pain from chronic conditions such as arthritis, hip and elbow dysplasia and helps to maintain healthy body weight, mobility and muscle mass (especially in senior pets).
 
Our mission is to support and enable healing and strengthening in our patients and empower their parents to become part of that process.

404 Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital

510 Harry Walker Parkway South

Newmarket, ON L3Y 0B3

Main: 905-953-1933

Fax: 905-953-8845

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Referral Hours:

Please call for appointment

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See our departments

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation provides for optimal patient outcomes following orthopaedic and neurosurgery, and is a key element in a number of non-surgical neurological conditions (eg. Fibrocartilagenous Emboli (FCEM), Coonhound Paralysis and Degenerative myelopathy).

Along with her neurorehabilitation and orthopaedic rehabilitation caseload, Dr. Fagnou also diagnoses and treats a variety of soft tissue complaints such as iliopsoas and biceps muscle strains, and medial shoulder instability (rotator cuff strains).

Rehabilitation also alleviates pain from chronic conditions such as arthritis, hip and elbow dysplasia and helps to maintain healthy body weight, mobility and muscle mass (especially in senior pets).
 
Our mission is to support and enable healing and strengthening in our patients and empower their parents to become part of that process.

404 Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital

510 Harry Walker Parkway South

Newmarket, ON L3Y 0B3

Main: 905-953-1933

Fax: 905-953-8845

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours

Referral Hours:

Please call for appointment

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