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Most Common Conditions in Singapore Pets that requires physiotherapy and physical therapy

most common condition hip dysplasia

Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia in dogs is a disease of the hip in which the ball and socket joint is malformed. This malformation means that the ball portion and its socket don’t properly meet one another, resulting in a joint that rubs and grinds instead of sliding smoothly.
most common condition loose knee

Luxating Patella (Loose Knee)

A luxating patella occurs when the knee cap moves out of its natural position. The patella (knee cap) lies in a cartilaginous groove at the end of the femur at the stifle, which in some cases, can eventually rupture their cranial cruciate ligament.
most common condition IVDD

Intervertebral Disk Disease (IVDD)

IVDD is a serious condition seen in dogs. Intervertebral discs are cushioning pads of fibrocartilage that sit between most of the vertebra of the spinal column.  Degeneration of intervertebral discs, will eventually results in spondylosis.
most common condition degenerative myelopathy

Degenerative Myelopathy

Canine degenerative myelopathy (DM) is an uncommon, progressive degenerative disease that causes hind limb weakness and paralysis and eventually affects the front limbs, as well. The symptoms of DM start gradually, usually in adult dogs over 5 years of age.
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Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy

Physical therapy for dogs and cats, or animal rehabilitation, adapts human physical therapy techniques to increase function and mobility of joints and muscles in animals.

Animal rehabilitation can reduce pain and enhance recovery from injury, surgery, degenerative diseases, age-related diseases, and obesity. This includes non-invasive therapies such as proprioception and therapeutic exercises, hydrotheraphy and hydrotreadmill, physical agents and electrotherapeutic modalities such as NMES, TENS and Cold Laser therapy.

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Pets Cancer Management

WE KNOW HOW SCARY THE WORD CANCER IS. While there is no known cure for cancer in both cats and dogs as yet, a near to complete anti-cancer diet, well planned supplements and coupled with Immunotheraphy (also known as NK Cell Therapy) gives your pet a deserving fighting chance against the awful disease cancer.

At RA Healing Centre, we believe one of the key element in cancer fighting is a well balance approach CAM (Complimentary Alternative Medicine) approach that allows pet owners to have a better insight at cancer management.

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For Veterinary Professionals Referral

Everything we do is driven by our desire to provide the best level of care available in Singapore today, from our research to our training, to innovation and investment.  RA Healing Centre is committed to delivering a service which is second to none for pets physical therapy and their clients.

Working with you as a Veterinary Professionals, we ensure a more integrated approach to medical care that can be deliver to our pets here in Singapore. You will be able to help pet owners monitor the progress as we update you on their performance periodically.

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multi-pronged strategy: early professional intervention and treatment, diligent home care and nutritional based approach, scientific based evaluation and objective measurements of progress


Being the only physiotherapy centre for animals in Singapore, RA Healing Centre is equipped with the most advanced analyzer in the world. Utilizing the Companion Stance Analyzer in our practice, we are able to take the lameness evaluations to the next level.

By providing objective measurements, you will be able to see how your pet is shifting his or her weight in order to determine which limb, or limbs, are affected.  This data allows you to better communicate to your vet and also for us to plan and monitor the success of our physio and rehabilitation programs.

If your dog is walking funny, or showing signs of difficulties in walking, getting up or climbing stairs, call us immediately.

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Importance of Dog Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy

Canine rehabilitation therapy 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 Canine (actually we have clients who are cats and dogs) 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. We will provide a well documented report including detailed weight bearing of your pet’s leg and measurement of muscle growth.

Since RA Healing Centre opened her doors in 2016, our canine rehabilitation therapies has greatly expanded over the year 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.

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Singapore Veterinarians WHO Has Work With Us

Dr Jean Paul Ly

Dr Jean Paul Ly

Senior Vet Beck & Stone

We have known Dr Ly for a very long time. He has very mixed reviews on the internet. It is a love or hate. You will love him if you belong to the group of pet owners that will give 101% and regardless of cost and action, you will want to save your pet. Dr Ly is not recommended to wishy washy pet owners.

Dr Eunice Chan

Dr Eunice Chan

Vet Beck and Stone

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Dr Floriane Thierry

Dr Floriane Thierry

Jr. VIP Vet (GP) & Sr. VIP Vet (US) DVM (France)

Special interests: Diagnostic Imaging, Internal medicine, Cardiology
Dr Lee Yee Lin

Dr Lee Yee Lin

Senior Vet Gentle Oak Veterinary

With special interests in internal medicine and soft tissue surgery, Dr Lee also focuses on using a holistic and integrative approach in patient care, seamlessly combining allopathic medicine with complimentary healthcare modalities such as Bowen Therapy, therapeutic grade essential oils, Traditional Chinese Medicine, herbal remedies and BodyTalk.

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Rehab therapy for pets

Acupuncture, TCM and physiotherapy are complementing vet treatments to make pets feel better

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