Pet Alternative Wellness Solutions is a veterinary rehabilitation clinic in Virginia Beach serving the greater Hampton Roads area. When you come to PAWS, your dog will be evaluated by licensed veterinarians, certified in rehabilitation medicine, veterinary acupuncture, and chiropractic. We offer a variety of treatment options that include acupuncture, underwater treadmill, massage therapy, laser therapy and therapeutic exercise. We treat a variety of conditions such as cruciate ligament rupture, lamenesses, luxating patellas, back injuries, weakness due to old age, even agility or other canine sports conditioning. If your animal companion does not move the way they used to, we can help!
At P.A.W.S. For Rehabilitation, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Stephanie Patterson
Virginia Beach Veterinarian | P.A.W.S. For Rehabilitation | 757-472-8400
404 Investors Place #101-102
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
How May We Help You?
If your dog is limping, not moving as well as they used to, recovering from surgery, or training for competition then we can help.Contact Us
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