Physical rehabilitation involves the diagnosis and management of patients with either painful or functionally limiting mobility issues, particularly those afflicted by orthopedic or neurological conditions. The goal of rehabilitation is to achieve the highest level of function and quality of life possible for that patient. Rehabilitation can assist animals in recovery from surgery, injury, loss of mobility, weakness, or pain. After many orthopedic surgeries, rehab therapies can help aid in a faster recovery for pets. Rehabilitation practitioners can also size animals for different types of assistive devices such as wheelchairs, harnesses, or braces. Physical rehabilitation includes using specific stretching and exercises, massage/manual therapies, and therapeutic modalities. Whether it is a geriatric dog suffering from arthritis or a sporting dog with a soft tissue injury, rehab can be a great way to help decrease pain, strengthen pets, and ultimately improve their quality of life.