I'm a rehabilitation nurse for humans, and now I'm using those same skills on animals. I know how it feels when a muscle reacts a certain way, because I've seen it in people. My dog Bosco had multiple surgeries, and each time he was given pain relief and I was told to rest him. When I started working on a rehab ward (with humans) I noticed they were given exercises to do and had physical therapies on top of pain relief and bed rest. People get these treatments as part of recovery, and we need to make it common for animals.
I keep getting great results with dogs no one else has been able to help. I will always recommend a vet for emergencies, but I am not a vet. Unlike a vet I have trained in bodywork therapies, not in medicine. I don't see a sore leg and treat the sore leg, I assess the whole body and see where the issue started, and that is where I start treating.
I want to get these same great results for your animals. If you know an animal who hasn't fully recovered after surgery, this could be just what they need.