Finally…Canine Rehabilitation is on the West Side of Syracuse!!
Now introducing Healthy Paw Rehab! The perfect place to strengthen your weak dogs, decrease the pain of orthopedic or neurologic post-surgery dogs, or relax the muscles of your elderly canine friends, plus much more.
At Healthy Paw Rehab, we work directly with you, your pet and your Veterinarian to come up with a rehabilitation plan that stays within your time and budget. If you are only able to come once, that’s great, we can create an in-depth and personalized treatment plan for you to carry out at home with your canine companion. If you are looking for a more comprehensive approach to rehabilitating your pet, we can see him/her up to twice a week to ensure maximum strength and coordination. Or, we are able to do anything in between!
Megan Weaver is our Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner. She is onsite and has many tools at her disposal to set your pet on the right track for a happier and healthier life. We are located at Stack Veterinary Hospital and Referral Center on Velasko Road and are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays to help your pet. Please do not hesitate to call or email for more information or to speak directly with Megan. Don’t delay, speak to your veterinarian about rehab for your four legged friend today. Let’s work together to help improve the quality of life for your hurt or elderly pet.
To schedule a consult or discuss if rehabilitation would be beneficial for your pet e-mail Healthypawrehab@stackvethospital.com.
Meet Megan Weaver: How did I get up here?
Born and raised in Vienna, Virginia, I made the trek up to Syracuse in 2001 to attend Le Moyne College. I graduated in 2005 with my Bachelors in Biology with minors in both Psychology and Chemistry. I knew I wanted to work withanimals after I got a job at a small vet clinic in Fairfax, Virginia. After working there for a year, I looked into specialty vet practices and found myself working in the Regional Veterinary Referral Center as a Neurology Nurse for Dr. Deena Tiches DVM, DACVIM (Neurology). When she moved the practice, I was offered a job in the specialized veterinary surgical practice. It was then that I decided to start taking classes to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. I learned so much from the three Board Certified Surgeons that I worked under for three and a half years. After falling for a handsome Central New Yorker and marrying him in 2008, we moved up to Syracuse in 2010 where I finished my courses and became a Licensed Veterinary Technician. I started working at Stack Veterinary Hospital and Referral Center. I realized how much rehabilitation had helped the neurologic and surgical patients in Virginia, so I took a rigorous series of courses at the University of Tennessee. A year and a half later, I became licensed as a CCRP- (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner.) Oh, and during that year and a half, I had my first child, Cora, and she is the most amazing person in the world! So here we are. I live with two extremely high energy dogs, Rooney and Einstein, four extremely low energy cats Telly, Mouse, Bella, and Oscar, a wonderful husband and a crazy toddler. Welcome to my crazy life and I wouldn’t change a thing!