Providing Mobile Canine Physical Therapy
with Veterinary Referral
To promote dog wellness through rehabilitation techniques that increase strength, mobility and flexibility, maximize recovery and improve cardiovascular endurance.
Includes soft tissue mobilization, friction massage and stretching.
Personalized Home Exercise Program
Specific exercises to promote core stabilization, proprioception, strength, gait and range of motion
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation
Used to decrease pain, decrease swelling, restore muscle function, muscle re-education and to prevent loss of muscle mass and strength.
Low Level Laser
Used to accelerate tissue healing and collagen formation.
Does your canine companion suffer from an injury, been bothered by weight issues, or is simply a few steps behind due to age?
I have the tools and knowledge to help you and your dog.
Canine rehabilitation is the application of physical therapy concepts and techniques to dogs with musculoskeletal or neuromuscular dysfunction.
An initial visit includes a comprehensive evaluation, development of specific goals and plans, treatment, and instruction of a home program. A Veterinary referral is required.
“We were unaware of dog PTs, Heidi gave us hope while interacting with Lollypop on her exercises and treatments. Unable to move at all to running again on our ranch. Lollypop has been given a second chance. Heidi has the ability to speed and enhance the healing process.”
- Carol Reeves Woodsman Clumbers,
Topsham English Cockers and Irene the Mini Bull
“Heidi extended the lifetime of our treasured dog, Hope, by at least a full year with her massage therapy. She kept Hope’s body limber and pain free extending her quality of life significantly. We could see the marked differences in Hope’s physical actions with the therapy, love and respect Heidi gave her. Thank you Heidi.”
- Dan and Sanna Hern
“I’ve known Heidi Cozier as a canine therapist, physical therapist, and a friend for over 20 years. Her dedication to her profession(s) is outstanding and admirable. She takes pride in maintaining her knowledge base with the latest techniques and treatments, and has more skills in her toolbox than most.
Heidi has treated many of my dogs, all with great success. She connects to even the most anxious of dogs, and finds her way into their hearts and their trust. She is patient, thorough, and compassionate. My confidence in her has been validated time and time again. She IS the BEST!!!
Heidi Cozier MS, PT, CCRT
Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist
- PT over 25 years
- CCRT since 2008
- Owner Cozier Canine Rehabilitation 2009-2011
- Back on Track Canine Rehabilitation 2013-2014
- Physical Therapist at St. Charles hospital currently
- Search and Rescue for Deschutes County
- Volunteer Bethlehem Inn
- Previously volunteer at Humane Society.
- Volunteer Medical Teams International
- Masters of Science at Portland State University
- Bachelor of Science Mount St. Mary’s University.
- Bachelor of Arts Pacific University