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Dr. Sophia Fuller

PT, DPT, CCRP, CMTPT

  • Licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner

  • Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist

  • Owner of ON POINT Animal Rehabilitation Therapy LLC

  • Dog mom of a 5 year old Shiba Inu and 1 year old Vizsla

 

Dr. Fuller is a physical therapist with post-doctorate certifications in canine rehabilitation and myofascial trigger point therapy. Just as with human physical therapy, animal rehabilitation therapy improves your dog's quality of life by restoring functional movements affected by sporting injuries, surgeries, diagnoses of chronic conditions, and more. The goal is to get your canine companion safely back to work and play.

As a dog owner and dog sport enthusiast, she understands the heartbreak that comes with seeing your canine companion injured or declining.

Dr. Fuller has dedicated ON POINT Animal Rehab to helping dogs of all abilities, from couch potatoes to athletes, recover maximum health and function. She uses her extensive education, training, and clinical experience to create an evidence-based, customized treatment plan that suits your needs and goals.

Rehabilitation therapy is just one component of your dog's overall health and wellness plan. I work with you, your dog, your primary care and specialty veterinarians, and anyone else on your dog's care team. A physical therapy referral from your veterinarian is required before beginning treatment with ON POINT.

Not sure if rehab with ON POINT is right for your dog? Click HERE to schedule a call with Dr. Fuller. She will answer your questions and help you determine the best next step in your dog's care. Note: no treatment will be provided on the call.

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Call/ text: 434-953-1281 

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