PulseVet Shock Wave Therapy for Horses 
PulseVet shock wave can be used to help prevent and treat equine injuries.
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When it comes to horses, quality is everything. This is especially true in the treatment and prevention of injuries. Top veterinarians know that there is only one choice when it comes to quality shock wave therapy: PulseVet. The mission behind Zomedica and the PulseVet device is to improve the quality of life for the animals we love by developing, validating, and providing advanced therapies at the highest level. The PulseVet device is the only shock wave device backed by over 20 years of research. 

Sherry A Johnson DVM, PhD, DACVSMR Partner and managing rehabilitation veterinarian of Equine Sports Medicine & Rehab, states “Shock wave therapy remains a pivotal therapeutic for me in many of my rehab cases. With the ability to help promote a more pain free state and stimulate healing at the cellular level, its consistent incorporation has helped me get many non-responders out of the pain cycle and in a much more comfortable place to safely further their rehabilitative workload. Particularly for my performance athletes, shock wave therapy has been the key to maintaining soundness alongside injuries that come with the territory of being an athlete.” Dr Johnson added “Given the current field of sports medicine has become so much more proactive instead of reactive, I find myself administering shock wave therapy alongside other therapeutics in a multi-modal way to minimize time out of competition.” 

Zomedica is focused on advancing the health, effectiveness, and financial well-being of veterinarians.  To learn more about our products, please visit Zomedica.com. 

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