Physical rehabilitation has been an integral component of human medicine and surgery since the early 1900s. The veterinary profession now understands that the same principles of rehabilitation routinely applied to human patients also provide tremendous benefits for our animal patients.

At Another Way Veterinary Rehabilitation & Chiropractic Care, our goal is to improve the quality of life for each of our companion animal patients by alleviating pain and working to restore normal musculoskeletal and neurologic function.

We offer a variety of minimally invasive services such as therapeutic ultrasound, electrotherapy, LLLT/infrared therapy, massage and joint mobility therapy, underwater treadmill therapy, and therapeutic exercise. In addition, when indicated we also provide chiropractic care and acupuncture to maximize our patients’ comfort and progress.

Reasons for Rehabilitation
  • Surgery (orthopedic, soft tissue, dental)
  • Arthritis
  • Neck and/or back pain
  • Spinal cord and/or nerve damage
  • Lameness
  • Muscle, tendon or joint injury
  • Neurologic compromise
  • Trauma
  • Critical illness or hospitalization
  • Quality of life
  • Altered athletic performance
  • Athletic conditioning
  • Metabolic diseases
  • Weight loss
About Dr. Anne Taylor
Another Way Veterinary Rehabilitation & Chiropractic CareI am a lifetime resident of the Quad Cities. After earning my veterinary degree from Iowa State University in 1993, I returned to Davenport to join an established private small animal practice. In 1999, I helped found the Animal Emergency Center of the Quad Cities and went on to work as an emergency veterinarian for 13 years (3 years locally and 10 years commuting to Rockford, IL).

Concurrently, from 2004-2011, I ran my own part-time small animal traditional medicine practice in Bettendorf. I pursued training in veterinary chiropractic and veterinary acupuncture during this time as well, and was certified in veterinary chiropractic by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association in 2006.

In 2012, I became the first veterinarian in the Quad Cities to be certified as a veterinary rehabilitation therapist by the Canine Rehabilitation Institute; at this time I left traditional medicine and emergency practice to focus on veterinary rehabilitation and chiropractic.

In 2013, I opened Another Way Veterinary Rehabilitation & Chiropractic Care, the Quad Cities’ first veterinary practice dedicated exclusively to these treatment disciplines.

Call today to see how we can help your pet live a happier, healthier life.