Back on Track is the first pet physical therapy and fitness center in the Pacific Northwest. We have years of experience helping hundreds of pets walk, run, and perform without pain. We have helped pets from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California, Montana, Alaska, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Tennessee. Dr. Shaw consults on cases with vets, surgeons, other physical therapists, and pet owners from across the United States and Canada.
Our mission is to assist pets and their owners in gaining optimum mobility, aiming for the highest ability, comfort, and fitness, especially with long term, chronic conditions.
Our philosophy is to inform you of all available options that can help your pet live the most enjoyable and pain-free life. Every animal and his lifestyle is unique. We will carefully evaluate your pet and discuss the level of commitment required to develop the best care plan for both owner and patient. Knowledge is power, and our goal is to make you aware of treatments that have helped other pets live longer, healthier lives.
To learn more about physical therapy and rehab for your pet, contact us at Back on Track. Call 503-546-8995 or e-mail email@example.com.
Dr. Bianca Shaw, DVM
Dr. Bianca Shaw has years of experience and a proven track record in traditional veterinary medicine and animal physical therapy. She employs a holistic approach to therapy and uses an empathetic standard of care. She received her DVM degree from the University of Minnesota and has attended the animal rehabilitation certification program through the University of Tennessee. As the first veterinary therapist in the Portland/Vancouver area, Dr. Shaw's experience with pet physical therapy and rehab patients is unsurpassed. Prior to starting Back on Track Veterinary Rehabilitation Center, Dr. Shaw worked throughout the Pacific Northwest as a general practice veterinarian.
Her drive to develop a comprehensive therapy center was initiated after her dog,
Boz, needed extensive orthopedic repair after a car accident. Having no place to rehabilitate him and no person to give her instruction on how to perform specific rehab herself, Dr. Shaw recognized a lack of expertise and a greatly unmet need in the community. As a result, she has spent several years training to fill this void and has now treated hundreds of patients with dozens of different mobility issues.
Dr. Shaw is active in numerous groups across the nation and has participated in many physical therapy seminars in an effort to obtain the best and most current information available on animal rehabilitation. She is often a guest speaker at dog clubs and associations. She is active in the Portland Veterinary Medical Association having served as Treasurer and a Board member. Her community commitments include: aiding in the development of an emergency animal disaster plan for Portland and the surrounding areas; Oregon Humane Society disaster and animal rescue programs; Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon clinics; homeless pet clinics sponsored by Outside-In; and the American Red Cross.