PET MOBILITY CARE
The first step is a comprehensive consultation.
The first step is a 60-minute comprehensive mobility consultation with Dr. Julie Reck. She will discuss your pet’s day-to-day activities and limitations that you have noticed. She will then perform a full-body examination along with video gait analysis and measurement of each joint’s range of motion. X-rays are commonly recommended at this stage to gain a better understanding of the stage of arthritis or joint disease present and confirming which joints are affected. Dr. Reck will fully explain any joint disease present in your pet and review a variety of long-term solutions that can either prevent further joint disease or treat concerns that are already present.
We put your pet first.
When you need us, we'll be there. Use the button below to book an appointment online.
What makes us different?
Finding the right veterinary clinic for you and your pet family is a challenging task. Any veterinary website or practice will tell you the same things--they practice top quality medicine and have high standards. Well, most practices do. So what makes Veterinary Medical Center of Fort Mill different? The biggest difference is in why we do what we do and why we stand-alone among other hospitals.
What separates us from the rest? First, we are fully accredited by AAHA--indicating the best in veterinary excellence. We have 18 Fear Free Certified team members and we are a Certified Cat-Friendly Practice. Watch the First Impression video to hear our why and find out why Veterinary Medical Center of Fort Mill is such a special place.
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We'll be there when you need us.
We are open 6 days per week. If you need anything, our contact information is below. We look forward to seeing you soon.