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We met Sadie in January. She came to us as a new client and as a referral. She was limping quite a bit, stretches her leg out then doesn't limp. Her family also wanted to discuss weight loss program for her. During her appointment with Dr. Anders Sadie was diagnosed with a double luxating patella.
On January 29th Sadie had surgery, and came through with flying colors, and after some time home with her family, Sadie came back to get her stitches removed on February 10th. She came back in for a recheck, because at this time she was having some difficulty with her rear right leg, she also got her nails done.
On February 24, Sadie started her physical rehabilitation program. She was treated in our physical therapy room designated for just this type of treatment.
Below is a photo of Sadie and Carrie our R.V.T. during one of her therapy sessions.