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The use of the XTrode for small animal patients has been so successful that our doctors can’t put this modality down! Pet parents are so relieved to know their fur babies can still receive the benefits and excellent healing from electrohydraulic sound wave therapy and do not need sedation for treatment. With the increased compliance to follow treatment protocols, we are seeing faster recovery from injuries and more consistent pain management for chronic conditions like osteoarthritis which translates into happier families!
“About 80 percent of animals show marked improvement post treatment. There are no negative side effects as one might experience with surgery or drug therapy.”
Before the X-Trode, I would only shockwave an Osteoarthritis case if it was a single joint that was severe, but now that we have the X-Trode, we don’t even put the machine away during the day. At our practice with 3 General Practitioners, we can find 10 ways to use it in one day. Any General Practitioner could use PulseVet shockwave to make a significant difference in their patient’s care and set themselves apart from other practitioners.
“VersaTron shock wave can help decrease pain and inflammation of OA and help heal ligament and tendon injuries. But look what it can do for bone healing. I can say I and the referring veterinarian were both pleasantly shocked at the results of VersaTron shock wave on a delayed union. This black lab was found hit by a car with a fractured femur at 5 months of age. By the time he was found and went to surgery, the fracture was at least 7 days old.”
“Diesel is now able to play and go for walks and some days he overdoes it trying to keep up with the puppy, but he’s happy! He is pain-free! He can be a dog again…”