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April 2013
You like us, you really like us!  Thank you for the great response to our March special where we asked you to like us on Facebook.  With your help, we were able to generate over 100 new likes.
Congratulations to Alicia Shahamat for winning the random drawing for a FREE 3-month swim pass!
Seth Casteel - Underwater Dog Photography
   Seth Casteel - Underwater Dogs
Coming May 18th and 19th to CRCG Broomfield!
CRCG has booked the famous Underwater DOGS photographer Seth Casteel.  Book a session to get some unforgettable images of your dog underwater. 
Limited availability so book your slot today!  To book - Call us at 303-762-7946 or click here to sign up today....more details here.... 
A Success Story SwimLab 

Though Capeta is no longer with us, she is constant reminder of what rehabilitation can do for an older dog. It allowed her to play and enjoy life again.


Capeta was a 12-year old Labrador retriever who presented because she was having trouble getting up, navigating the house, and taking short walks. Historically, she had had surgery on both knees and had arthritis in the hips, knees and spine. She walked with her head down and had trouble rising, stepping up curbs, and walking across the room. Capeta's rehabilitation started with cold laser therapy, range of motion exercises, massages, and short swims in the pool. After 2 weeks, Capeta was performing stairs at home, walking longer, getting up with less difficulty, and was bringing the tennis ball to her guardian to play, which she had not done for 6 months. Over the next 4 months, Capeta continued with laser therapy and swimming. Progression of her home program included exercises to help with limb and core strength, coordination, balance, and preventative pain control. She eventually came for therapy (laser, massage, acupuncture) on an as-needed basis, but continued to swim for another year. We saw her again a year later when she began to show more stiffness and pain. Cold laser and massage were reinstituted with a gentler home program. She continued to swim and was happy and playful for the rest of her days.

New Products @ CRCG
Assisi Loop
The Assisi loop is a non-invasive disposable targeted Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (tPEMF™) device weighing about two ounces.  The Assisi loop is used for post operative treatment of pain and edema in soft tissue anywhere on the body.  It can also be used over surgical incisions, wounds, or in areas of inflammatory conditions.  Treatment begins by simply placing the applicator over the treatment site and pressing the start button. The device will turn itself off once the 15-minute treatment is complete.  Treatments are painless, easy to administer and can be effectively used over wraps, dressings and casts.
Contact us to find out more information on this new treatment option and if it's an option for your dog or cat.
$25 off
Monthly Special

$25 off a geriatric dog or cat evaluation.* Our caring team of veterinarians, physical therapists and veterinary technicians will help your dog or cat to feel stronger, move better and get the most out of life. 
Offer Expires 05/01/2013. You must mention this offer to redeem.
Upcoming Events
April 18 & 19
Ball Aerospace Employee Sustainability Fair - Westminster/Boulder
April 21st
How to massage your dog clinic - for Golden Retriever Freedom Rescue - CRCG Broomfield
May 4th
DDFL Furry Scurry - Washington Park - Denver
May 18th & 19th
Seth Casteel Underwater Photo Shoot - CRCG Broomfield
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