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   We treasure our pets and do not want them to be in any pain. Our dogs and cats can suffer some of the same aches and pains as we do!    We offer Infrared Light Therapy, and Bio-Pulse Pads, Units to treat hip dysplasia, arthritis, muscle, tendon or ligament injury, and old-age stiffness and soreness, and give comfort and relieve the pains in the joints and muscles and improve circulation in your pets naturally, in a safe, non-invasive, and drug-free way.  All of the human infrared light therapy products can also be used to treat your pets! 

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Veterinary Laser Case Story

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by Mathew Mahn DVM ACVS , Midwest Regional Veterinary Center Chesterfield MO

     Icis, a 21.3 kg, seven year old, female spayed, American Staffordshire terrier initially presented to the MVRC surgery service for evaluation of a right torn cranial cruciate ligament on September 24, 2012. An acute intermittent right hind leg lameness developed two months prior to initial evaluation. During this 2-month period the lameness progressed to non-weight bearing. It was non-responsive to polysulfated glycosaminoglycan Prior medical history included intermittent and current prednisone therapy for presumptive allergic dermatitis. A grade one mast cell tumor was excised from the chest with complete margins on August 12, 2010. She was also on diethyl stilbesterol for urinary incontinence and is def bilateral.

   The overall CBPI score was 6.8 with the owner’s perception of a quality of life rated fair. Cold laser therapy was administered in the examination room. An at home unit was also provided to the owner to provide therapy. The owner was instructed not to restart any medications unless Icis was experiencing increased pain/lameness.

     Four weeks after starting laser therapy a recheck examination was performed. The owner did not have to start any medications or supplements since the last examination. Examination found an improved right hind leg weight bearing lameness at a walk (grade 3)3. At a trot the patient had an unchanged persistent weight bearing lameness (grade 4)3. Stifle mobility remained static with 142 degrees of extension and 33 degrees of flexion (grade 3).4 However, the degree of joint pain improved to a grade 3.4 Crepitation was noted on stifle range of motion. No tibial thrust or cranial drawer instability was noted. Marked right hind leg muscle atrophy was present. The distal femoral limb circumference at the level of the patella was 25.5 cm. No effusion was noted. The owner completed a Canine Brief Pain Inventory (CBPI) questionnaire. The average pain score was 4.5; improved from 5.8. The average function score was 4.0; declined from 3.5. The overall CBPI score was 4.2; improved from 4.4 with the owner’s perception of a quality of life improved to very good.