Pulse therapy is the less-of-a-mouthful name for High-Energy Sound Wave Technology. It differs from laser and ultrasound technology in that it penetrates deeper using sound to stimulate cells and reduce inflammation and swelling, increase blood flow, help bones regenerate and speed wound healing.
Pulse therapy is fast and easy but does require short-acting, easily reversible sedation. Over a decade of clinical research has shown it to be effective for:
- Tendon/ligament injuries
- Bone fractures
- Back pain
- Shoulder instability
- Lick granulomas
Pulse therapy is FDA-approved, and there’s no risk of burns or side-effects with this treatment. It usually requires fewer sessions than laser therapy to be effective and can also be an affordable alternative to surgery or long-term use of drugs.
Want to know if pulse therapy could help your pet? Call us at 405-329-0181.