VETERINARIANS CHOOSE SWIMEX FOR EFFECTIVE AQUATIC REHABILITATION.
Warm water resistance therapy for animals is a proven treatment for post-surgical rehabilitation. The water resistance acts as a dog treadmill for water exercise and hyrdotherapy. It can help alleviate the following range of conditions:
SwimEx works with each clinic to gain an understanding of a veterinary client. The SwimEx 400 T series pools are built with specific features for veterinarians, including a walk-in ramp with stairs beside it for easy entry and exit for both the clinicians and the animals.
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SwimEx pools pay for themselves. We will assist you in the planning and decision-making process for purchasing your SwimEx pool with a return on investment (ROI) spreadsheet suited to your business. Speak with a SwimEx sales representative for client reviews and tips on how to best install the pool. Download the professional brochure.
“We love the SwimEx pool at our Canine Rehabilitation Facility. The current definitely allows us to challenge our agility patients and help strengthen our cases recovering from surgery. The controls inside the pool easily allow us to make adjustments to the workout during a session. We have found that keeping it clean is very low maintenance as well. This is especially important after swimming a few Newfoundlands. I would highly recommend the SwimEx pool to any Rehabilitation Facility.” Renee Mills, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner Director of Rehabilitation Services at VCA/Veterinary Referral Associates
Georgia Veterinary Rehabilitation Facility (GVR) in Marietta, GA installed a SwimEx model 480S with a two-foot extension and a custom ramp. The ramp allows for easy entry and exit for the animals! The resistance created by the paddlewheel provides great rehabilitation for the animals, allowing them to return to full function sooner. The durable fiberglass construction on the SwimEx pools allows for easy, worry-free maintenance.
“Jet-resistance pools apply resistance, necessary for strengthening, only in small focused areas, easily evaded by an ingenious pup. Alternatively, the SwimEx current applies a uniform resistance to the entire leading edge of the body. We can alter the current intensity to your pet’s ability and measure the current with the unique, state-of-the-art Swimometer, guaranteeing progression of sessions and eventual results.”
Mid-Atlantic Animal Specialty Hospital