Judith Emery

BA, MLS, RVT, CCRP
Registered Veterinary Technologist
Rehabilitation
Judith Emery, BA, MLS, RVT, CCRP is a graduate of Ridgetown College and achieved her RVT status in 2003. She worked in a variety of general and emergency practices in Ontario and Nova Scotia where her experience of traumatic injuries sparked her interest in the field of rehabilitation. She received her Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner designation from the University of Tennessee in 2013 and the next year became a staff member of the Rehabilitation Service at London Regional Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital. The following year, Judith took over the management of this unit and has worked to expand the provision of rehabilitation service to patients in the London area every since by providing rehabilitative care to post-surgical, traumatically injured, geriatric and palliative patients. Judith has published a number of articles and spoken on various topics relating to veterinary rehabilitation and has a strong interest in the integration of rehabilitation into standard patient care as well as the One Health Initiative. She shares her home with 3.5 cats and in her spare time enjoys cycling, hiking, camping and gardening.

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Rehabilitation
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Rehabilitation

The field of veterinary rehabilitation offers options for pets by enhancing their recovery from surgery and trauma, aiding in injury prevention, and maximizing quality of life for those living with chronic debilitating conditions.

Many of us are aware of the benefits of physiotherapy for humans. Just as we can benefit from physiotherapy, our pets, too, can also benefit from physical rehabilitation by minimizing pain and maximizing joint and soft tissue health and function. Whether the goal for your pet is to resume normal activities following a surgical procedure or injury, to regain function after neurological compromise, to lose weight, to manage osteoarthritis, or to stay one step ahead of the competition in athletic endeavours, rehabilitation can help to make that goal a reality.

Benefits of Rehabilitation:

  • Physical rehabilitation can optimize the health and happiness of a pet through:
  • Faster and more complete recovery from surgery or injury
  • Prevention of injury, re-injury, or compensatory problems
  • Improvement in quality of life for pets suffering from chronic pain or debilitating medical conditions
  • Bonding more deeply with you as you work together to meet health goals
  • Experiencing success by meeting realistic goals, whether those are getting back to running on the trails, competing in agility trials, hanging out at doggie day care, losing
  • weight, or simply being able to face routine daily challenges

Therapies and Services We Provide:

  • Manual Therapy
  • Low Level LASER Therapy
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation
  • Thermotherapy
  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • Assistive Devices including harnesses, wheelchairs etc.
  • Fitness and Conditioning Programs
London Regional Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital

41 Adelaide St North Suite 45

London, ON N6B 3P4

Main: 519-432-3300

Fax: 519-432-0298

Hospital Hours:

    Mon-Tue: Open 24 hours

    Wed: 12:00 am - 8:00 am

    Thu: Closed

    Fri: 2:00 pm - 12:00 am

    Sat-Sun: Open 24 hours

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