Clover Climbs Peanut Mountain

February 19, 2017

Welcome to the Vet Tech To Go blog! Our first post is about Clover.

 

Clover has bilateral medially luxating patellas, which means her knee caps pop in and out of place. This can be uncomfortable and lead to arthritic changes in the stifle joint. Clover's condition improved and was managed for over a year with rehab and she was able to avoid surgery! Recently, she had to stop going to rehab and her condition worsened again. Her owner has now elected to pursue surgery. I cannot wait to help her recover from her procedures and look forward to posting more updates on this sweet girl!

 

If your pet suffers from osteoarthritis or an orthopedic problem, rehab can help! Ask your veterinarian about rehab options or feel free to contact me.

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