One common issue a dog owner  seeks out  canine physical therapy for  is unresolved limping.  A good orthopedic evaluation is crucial to understand the underlying cause of the limp.  Many times the limping is caused by compensatory issues; so the dog maybe limping on the right front limb but the cause of the limping maybe coming from an issue in the leg, rib cage or spine.  Once the underlying cause is identified then a treatment plan can be developed to resolve the limping.  This treatment plan should include manual therapy to address any skeletal restrictions discovered in the physical exam as well as a exercise program.  The exercise program can be exercises that the owner does at home with the dog or done at the clinic with the therapist.  Good canine rehabilitation is the path to painfree walking for your dog!