About Canine Rehab

Canine rehabilitation is the application of human physical therapy principles and techniques to the treatment of K-9 dysfunction. Rehabilitation therapy addresses orthopedic injuries, neurologic dysfunction, chronic conditions and ageing issues.

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Judy Coates, MEd, MSPT, CCRT

In addition to her 32+ years of patient care, Judy spent seven years teaching in the Master's Physical Therapy Program at Sargent College while treating Orthopedic and Sports patients at the college's Rehabilitation Clinic.

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Judy Coates, MSPT, MEd, CCRT

Judy Coates and Friend

After more than 32 years of practicing physical therapy on humans, Judy Coates began applying her expertise to the animal world in 2004.

As a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, Judy currently offers Canine rehabilitation services at her office in New Hampshire's Upper Valley.

See Judy in Action

Judy Coates, who earned her Bachelor's degree and two Masters degrees from Boston University (SED'74,'81, SAR'86), is featured on BU Today, Boston University's news and information Web site, in a March 19, 2012 article entitled Physical Therapy of the Four-Legged Variety.
Article by Andrew Thurston. Video by Robin Berghaus