Whether your pet is suffering from a painful inflammatory condition, an irritating skin issue or recovering from an injury or surgery alternative therapies can be effective additions to your pet's treatment plan.
Treatments such as hydro-massage, cold laser therapy and veterinary orthopedic manipulation (VOM) can help to soothe symptoms, speed the recovery, or even reduce inflammation and pain for many pets.
Ozone (O3) is an energized form of oxygen (O2). This means the ozone molecule contains three oxygen atoms, while the oxygen molecule contains only two. Ozone is the most powerful and rapid-acting oxidizer man can produce, and it oxidizes all bacteria, mold and yeast spores, organic material and viruses.
Hydro-massage ozone therapies can be used to promote healing following surgery or injury and treat a variety of skin conditions and other health disorders including:
This soothing and healing alternative therapy aids our groomers in regaining skin health. The immune system has to do the work of healing the body, so skin ozone therapy receives the best results when paired with other treatment modalities.
The number and frequency of treatments will vary depending on the condition being treated. Your Cave Creek veterinarian will develop a treatment plan with you depending on your pet’s particular needs.
Veterinary Laser Therapy is a holistic, non-invasive, effective way to treat and manage many different conditions in dogs and cats. Pet laser therapy works by stimulating cells and tissues and reducing inflammation. Reducing inflammation helps to minimize the pain from a variety of chronic conditions.
During treatments, pets may feel a painless tingling as light enters tissues and cells, but it is a very slight sensation.
The length and frequency of treatments your Animal Health Services veterinarian recommends will depend on how chronic the condition is and the depth the laser light needs to reach to be effective. Most treatments only take between two and ten minutes, and most pets show positive results within three or four treatments.
Veterinary Cold Laser Therapy for dogs and cats from Animal Health Services can be used to help encourage cell regeneration and increase circulation. It can benefit the following conditions and procedures :
Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) is a healing technology that locates areas of a pet’s nervous system that have fallen out of communication and reestablishes that neuronal communication, inducing healing. VOM is the most simple, effective and safe healing modality in veterinary care to date.
Animal Health Services regularly treats the following conditions with VOM:
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