Pain Management

Learn more about our pain management services below.

Pain Management in Denver, CO

Do you know how to tell if your cat is in pain? Sometimes, they will let us know with physical signs, but cats generally do not outwardly express pain the same way humans do. This can make it difficult for cat owners to realize or detect.

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Pain Management

Managing Your Cat’s Pain

Pain can have many different effects on a patient, from physical limitations to behavioral and emotional issues. There are many factors to consider when fully evaluating a patient’s pain level and how to appropriately treat them. Whether it be a dental issue that is causing them to be depressed and reluctant to play, eat or socialize, or chronic arthritic issues, our team is fully trained to visually and physically assess your cat’s pain level and is dedicated to coming up with the best plan to alleviate these issues.

Symptoms of pain:

  • Restlessness
  • Crying or whining
  • Limping or favoring a leg
  • Lack of appetite
  • Hiding or less social
  • Change in overall demeanor
  • Reluctant to play
  • Cowering or hunched back
  • Uncharacteristic Aggression

If your cat is exhibiting any of the above behaviors and you think they may be in pain, schedule a visit with one of our veterinarians. We can help identify what is wrong and get your cat on the right track to comfort and good health.