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Laser Therapy
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The ALPHAVET is a high-powered class 4 veterinary device designed for rapid pain relief. It harnesses Multi Radiance's unique Priority Principle technology to tailor treatments based on individual patient needs.

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My Pet Laser 2.0 empowers pet owners to alleviate their pet's pain and expedite healing right from the comfort of their home. The user-friendly device is equipped with five distinct treatment modes and boasts a peak super pulsed power of 25W, supplemented by pulsing red and infrared radiations. 

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Utilizing Super Pulsed technology, damaged tissue can be narrowly targeted to stimulate and rejuvenate damaged cells. Additionally, when used on wounds, this technology provides added infection control benefits derived from blue light.

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Utilizing Super Pulsed technology, damaged tissue can be narrowly targeted to stimulate and rejuvenate damaged cells. Additionally, when used on wounds, this technology provides added infection control benefits derived from blue light.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
  • How does it work?
    Hemoperfusion is an extracorporeal blood purification technique that involves circulating a patient's blood through an adsorption column, where targeted toxins and harmful substances are selectively removed from the bloodstream. A dual-lumen dialysis catheter is placed in a central vein, allowing blood to be withdrawn, purified through the column, and then returned to the patient. The adsorption process occurs as blood passes through the column, with toxins adhering to the adsorbent material based on their molecular properties. This method provides a rapid and efficient means of toxin removal, often leading to improved patient outcomes in cases of severe intoxication or poisoning. Hemoperfusion is selective in what it removes from the blood, making it a valuable tool for treating various conditions where traditional therapies may be ineffective. When performed by trained veterinary professionals and closely monitored, hemoperfusion is generally considered safe and can significantly contribute to the patient's recovery.
  • What benefits can it bring to your clinic?
    Expedited Treatment and Improved Success Rates: This technology has the potential to save lives in as little as 90 minutes, compared to the current standard of care which may require patients to remain in the ICU for 3 - 5 days. Reduced Morbidity and Mortality: Patients who receive hemoperfusion treatment with AimaLojic have a reduced risk of lasting organ dysfunction and complications. This results in improved quality of life and potentially a longer lifespan for treated animals. Efficient Treatment and Discharge: AimaLojic hemoperfusion technology enables cases that would traditionally require extended hospital stays to be treated and discharged the same day or the next day. This streamlines the workflow of the clinic, allowing for more efficient use of resources and staff time. Referral Magnet: Clinics that offer AimaLojic hemoperfusion become a referral magnet for local veterinary clinics. This can attract more cases and referrals, enhancing the clinic's reputation as a provider of advanced and life-saving treatments. Critical Role in Treatment: Veterinary technicians play a crucial role in the hemoperfusion process. They are empowered to set up the machine, monitor the progress of treatment, and ensure the well-being of the patient. Investing in skilled technicians, as recommended by the Hemodialysis Academy, enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of the treatment process. Improved Profitability: Traditional therapies for intoxications often lead to low profitability due to extended hospital stays and resource-intensive care. Treating patients with AimaLojic hemoperfusion technology frees up workflow, allowing clinics to see more cases and potentially charge more for this novel and advanced therapy.
  • What is the treatment process?
    Preparation: A traditional dialysis catheter is placed in a central vein, typically the right jugular vein. This catheter has an inlet and return line, allowing for the continuous withdrawal and return of blood. Installation of AimaLojic Blood Purification Filter: The AimaLojic Blood Purification Filter, also referred to as a column, is placed into the ReVive HP pump. Initiation of Treatment: Once the catheter is in place and the AimaLojic Blood Purification Filter is installed in the ReVive HP pump, the treatment process begins. The ReVive HP pump is turned on, initiating the circulation of the patient's blood through the purification filter/column. Treatment Duration: Over the next 30 to 90 minutes, the patient's blood is continuously circulated through the purification filter/column. During this time, the filter rapidly removes toxins or targeted substances from the bloodstream. Return of Filtered Blood: As the blood passes through the AimaLojic Blood Purification Filter, toxins are adsorbed and removed. The filtered, purified blood is then returned back into the patient's bloodstream through the dialysis catheter.
  • Is it safe to use?
    Yes, when used appropriately by trained veterinary professionals, AimaLojic hemoperfusion technology is considered safe for use in treating animals.
  • What do these devices help treat?
    The AimaLojic device is designed to treat a variety of severe intoxications, including overdoses of substances like ibuprofen, NSAIDs, acetaminophen, phenobarbital, meloxicam, methotrexate, vincristine, and 5-HTP. It can also be used for other applications such as inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.
  • What is Hemoperfusion?
    Hemoperfusion is an extracorporeal therapy that involves circulating a patient's blood through a purification filter, also known as an adsorption column. This filter removes specific targets, such as toxins or drug molecules, from the bloodstream.
  • How does it work?
    Laser therapy operates at the cellular level by leveraging specific wavelengths of light, typically in the red or near-infrared spectrum. When applied to target tissues, photons from the light are absorbed by chromophores, particularly cytochrome c oxidase within the mitochondria. This absorption activates the mitochondrial respiratory chain, leading to an enhanced production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy source for cells. The increased ATP production influences various cellular processes, including improved cellular metabolism, reduced oxidative stress, and modulation of inflammation. These changes contribute to the therapeutic effects of laser therapy, such as accelerated tissue repair, pain reduction, and anti-inflammatory responses. The specific cellular responses vary depending on the application and target tissue, highlighting the versatility of laser therapy in medical and therapeutic contexts.
  • What is the treatment process?
    The Multi Radiance family of therapy lasers are engineered to provide the right tool in the laser therapy toolbox for every patient, and every stage of care.
  • Is it safe to use?
    Laser therapy, when correctly applied, is a safe treatment option for pets. Before proceeding, a thorough examination by a veterinarian ensures its suitability. The vet then outlines the exact laser application parameters. Unlike surgical lasers, therapeutic ones do not make incisions. Depending on the specific laser, pets might wear protective goggles during sessions. The process is quick, non-invasive, and painless.
  • What is Laser Therapy?
    Laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or photobiomodulation (PBM), is a medical treatment that uses low-level lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to stimulate cellular function and promote healing. The light energy is typically in the red or near-infrared spectrum and is applied to the body's tissues.
  • What do these devices help treat?
  • What benefits can it bring to your clinic?
    For veterinary clinics, incorporating laser therapy can bring about several benefits:​ Diversified Services: Offering laser therapy expands the clinic's range of treatments, catering to pet owners seeking alternative and comprehensive care options. Increased Revenue: As an additional, non-invasive treatment, laser therapy can attract a wider clientele, thereby creating a new income stream for the clinic. Enhanced Patient Outcomes: The potential for faster recovery and improved healing from laser therapy can bolster the clinic's reputation for effective, cutting-edge care. Reduced Dependency on Medications: Laser therapy can serve as an alternative to certain medications, potentially reducing medicinal costs and the risk of side effects. Marketing Opportunity: Promoting the clinic as one that offers advanced laser therapy can set it apart from competitors, attracting new clients and reinforcing its image as a modern, state-of-the-art facility.
  • Is it safe to use?
    When used correctly and in accordance with established guidelines, it has the potential to offer benefits in terms of reduced thermal damage, faster procedures, and improved precision in surgical applications. However, its safety should be evaluated in specific medical contexts and patient populations.​​
  • What benefits can it bring to your clinic?
    Return on Investment (ROI): While Onemytis® 2 may have an initial one-time cost or periodic maintenance expenses, the benefits it offers can justify this investment. Clinics can leverage the state-of-the-art nature of this device to charge a premium for surgeries. Patients are often willing to pay more for procedures that promise reduced risks, shorter recovery times, and improved outcomes. This means that clinics can potentially recoup their investment more quickly through higher procedure fees and increased patient volume. Decreased Drug Costs: One of the significant cost-saving aspects of Onemytis® 2 is the reduced need for anesthetics and sedatives. These drugs can be expensive, and their use often contributes to the overall cost of surgery. With the device's ability to minimize the need for these medications, clinics not only reduce direct drug costs but also lower the risk of drug-related complications or side effects. This leads to smoother post-operative recoveries, which can increase patient satisfaction and trust in the clinic's services. Satisfied patients are more likely to return for future procedures and recommend the clinic to others, potentially boosting repeat business and referrals. Opening New Revenue Streams: Onemytis® 2 caters to a specific market segment: patients who may not be suitable candidates for conventional electrosurgery due to safety concerns. By offering a safer alternative, veterinary practices can tap into this previously underserved market. This expanded clientele can result in increased revenue streams for the clinic, as they attract patients who may have otherwise hesitated to undergo surgery. This broader patient base can lead to a more stable and prosperous practice. Cost Comparison: To evaluate the financial impact of adopting Onemytis® 2, clinics can conduct a thorough cost analysis. This analysis should compare the average costs associated with current surgical techniques, including equipment, disposables, drug expenses, and potential complications, with the total cost of adopting and maintaining the new equipment. Consideration should also be given to potential revenue increases due to premium pricing and expanded patient volumes. ​​ While there may be initial costs associated with acquiring and maintaining Onemytis® 2, the device offers various financial advantages to clinics. These benefits include the ability to charge higher fees for state-of-the-art procedures, reduced drug costs, increased client trust and loyalty, and the opportunity to tap into new patient segments.
  • How does it help?
    Reduced Thermal Damage: By operating at lower temperatures and without temperature peaks, Airplasma may help minimize thermal damage to surrounding tissues during surgical procedures. This can lead to faster healing and reduced post-operative complications. Faster Procedures: The ability to create plasma energy from the air without the need for complex setup involving external gases can streamline surgical procedures, reducing the time patients spend under anesthesia and on the operating table. Precise Dissection: Airplasma's ability to provide precise dissection and instantaneous hemostasis on small vessels can contribute to more accurate and less invasive surgeries, potentially leading to better outcomes and shorter recovery times. Safety: The elimination of external gases and the reduction of electrical interference with patient monitoring devices can enhance patient safety during surgeries, minimizing the risk of complications or discomfort. Minimized Scarring: By preserving surrounding tissues and reducing heat production, Airplasma may help minimize scarring, improving the cosmetic results of surgical procedures.
  • What is Airplasma?
    Airplasma is an innovative technology that generates plasma energy by ionizing the surrounding air using high-frequency and high-voltage electromagnetic energy, eliminating the need for external inert gases like Argon or Helium. This breakthrough technology transforms air into a highly efficient conductor of energy, offering potential applications in diverse fields such as medicine, manufacturing, and more. The Airplasma® technology consists in the elimination of the isolating power of the air through an electronic process that makes it an ideal electric conductor. This technology allows applications at low temperature. Operating at a maximum temperature of 122°F (50° C) it is possible to induce tissue vaporization for ablation, tissue dissection or cutting and small vessels hemostasis. In traditional electrosurgery, cutting and coagulation procedures are produced at temperatures over 244°F (100° C) and voltage spikes over 5,000 V.
  • How does it work?
    Onemystis uses the new Airplasma technology, which works by gas - in the case, air-ionisation. Air is passed through a strong electromagnetic field generated safely sing a high voltage/low current energy source. This releases energy (plasma) which can vaporise tissue at low temperature.
  • What is Thermal Imaging?
    Providing a real-time, non-invasive approach to assess an animal's well-being, thermal imaging offers an engaging and visual means of communicating hidden health concerns to pet owners. This fosters enhanced comprehension and collaboration throughout the treatment journey. An added advantage is the efficiency of thermal screenings, taking just 5 minutes to capture a comprehensive view of the patient's physiological health.
  • Is it safe to use?
    Thermal imaging is safe when used properly in the veterinary industry. It's for veterinary purposes are non-invasive and non-contact devices that detect and measure the infrared radiation emitted by objects, including animals. They do not emit any harmful radiation themselves. Thermal imaging does not require sedation or anesthesia, making it a safe and stress-free procedure for animals. It is a quick and painless method of obtaining diagnostic information without causing any discomfort to the animal being examined. ​ Thermal imaging should be performed by trained professionals who are knowledgeable in interpreting thermal images. While thermal imaging can provide valuable insights, it is not a standalone diagnostic tool and should be used in conjunction with other clinical assessments and tests.
  • What benefits can it bring to your clinic?
    Clinics that integrate thermal screening into their standard wellness and exam protocols report improved compliance with prescribed plans of care, leading to significant revenue increases: ​ Digital x-ray revenue sees a substantial 66% increase. Ultrasound revenue experiences a notable 53% increase. Nutraceuticals, medication, and dietary food revenue grow by 32%. Laser therapy revenue sees a remarkable 62% increase.
  • How does it work?
    Thermal imaging works by capturing and visualizing the infrared radiation emitted by patients. Infrared Detection: Thermal cameras used in veterinary thermal imaging are equipped with specialized sensors called microbolometers. These sensors can detect infrared radiation, which is emitted by all objects with a temperature above absolute zero (-273.15 degrees Celsius or -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit). Image Formation: The thermal camera collects the infrared radiation emitted by the animal's body or surrounding environment. The microbolometer sensor measures the intensity of the radiation emitted by different points on the animal's surface. Temperature Mapping: The collected radiation data is processed by sophisticated software algorithms that assign colors or grayscale values to represent different temperature levels. Hotter areas appear as brighter colors (such as red or white), while cooler areas appear as darker colors (such as blue or black). Image Display: The processed thermal data is then displayed on a screen, forming a thermal image or thermogram. The image represents the temperature distribution across the animal's body or the specific area being examined. Interpretation: Trained professionals, such as veterinarians or thermography experts, analyze the thermal image to identify temperature variations and patterns. They look for areas of abnormal heat or cold that may indicate potential health issues or abnormalities.
  • How does it help?
    The benefits of thermal imaging in various fields, including medicine and veterinary medicine, are significant and include: Identifying Areas for Further Evaluation: Thermal imaging helps pinpoint specific anatomical areas that may require additional evaluation. It can reveal subtle temperature differences that may indicate underlying issues, prompting further diagnostic assessments. Early Detection of Disorders: Thermal imaging provides early detection of disorders, often before visible symptoms occur. It can detect anomalies, inflammation, or irregular temperature patterns in tissues, aiding in the timely diagnosis and intervention of health conditions. Visualization of Primary and Compensatory Areas: Thermal imaging not only identifies primary areas of concern but also highlights compensatory areas. This comprehensive view aids healthcare professionals in understanding the full scope of an issue and developing effective treatment strategies. Enhanced Client Communication: Thermal imaging offers a visual representation of a patient's condition, making it easier for healthcare providers to convey findings to clients. This visual reinforcement helps clients better understand the significance of their pet's condition and the recommended treatment. Objective Monitoring of Therapeutic Plans: Thermal imaging allows for the objective monitoring of the effectiveness of therapeutic plans. Over time, it can track changes in thermal patterns, helping healthcare providers assess the progress of treatments and make necessary adjustments. Client Education Tool: Thermal images serve as a powerful client education tool. They provide tangible evidence of an animal's condition and the progress of treatment. This visual aid can increase client engagement and understanding, ultimately leading to greater compliance with recommended treatment regimens.
  • What does this device help treat?
    ​Companion Animals Shoulder diseases - Bicipital tenosynovitis, Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus insertional tendinopathy Elbow diseases - Degenerative joint disease Carpal diseases - Degenerative joint disease, Tendon/Ligament injuries acute and chronic Intervertebral disc disease & Lumbosacral stenosis Coxofemoral diseases - Degenerative joint disease, Iliopsoas trigger points Stifle diseases - Cranial cruciate disease, Patella luxation, Degenerative joint disease, Patella tendonitis, Medial and lateral collateral ligament inflammation, Long digital extensor tendonitis Tarsal diseases - Ligament injuries acute and chronic, Achilles tendinopathy Wounds Osteochondritis dessicans (OCD) ​Equine Localization of pain points Myofascial pain syndrome Myogelosis/muscle strain Massage after strain Insertion desmopathy Tendinopathy Sesamoiditis Calcifications Degenerative joint disease Pseudarthrosis Periosteal reaction
  • What is the treatment process?
    Treatments take anywhere from 10-30 minutes, depending on the size and number of areas being treated. Typically, 1 to 2 treatments are performed per week. For lasting results, a total of 3-6 treatments may be needed.
  • How does it work?
    The PiezoWave² utilizes single and double layer piezo technology to create consistent energy from one pulse to the next. Interchangeable gel pads allow you to control the depth of penetration of the therapy while eliminating the expense of multiple therapy sources. ​ Tenocytes in tendons, fibroblasts in ligaments and skin, osteocytes in bone, chondrocytes in articular cartilage, and endothelial cells in blood vessels are mechanosensitive and respond to mechanical forces. Cells also use mechanotransduction mechanisms to convert mechanical signals into a cascade of cellular and molecular events
  • What benefits can it bring to your clinic?
    Expanded Treatment Options: The device broadens the range of therapies the clinic can offer, particularly for pain management and musculoskeletal conditions. Non-Invasive Alternative: It provides a non-surgical treatment option for patients, which is often appealing to those seeking less invasive solutions. Potential for Increased Revenue: Offering advanced treatments like shockwave therapy can attract new patients and potentially allow for premium pricing of these specialized services. Improved Patient Outcomes: Shockwave therapy has been effective in treating various conditions, which can lead to higher patient satisfaction and potentially better treatment outcomes. Quick Treatment Sessions: The therapy sessions are typically short, allowing for more patient appointments in a day. Reduced Need for Medication: This therapy can decrease the reliance on pain medication, appealing to patients seeking drug-free treatment options. High Safety Profile: The treatment is generally safe with minimal side effects, increasing its acceptability among patients. Fast Recovery Times: Patients often experience quicker recovery and can return to their normal activities sooner, enhancing patient satisfaction. Competitive Edge: Having state-of-the-art equipment like a shockwave therapy device can set the clinic apart from competitors. Return on Investment (ROI): Despite the initial cost, the device can be a profitable long-term investment due to its wide range of applications and potential to draw in more patients. Ease of Use: Many modern shockwave devices are user-friendly, ensuring a smoother integration into the clinic's existing treatment protocols. Educational and Marketing Support: Manufacturers often provide comprehensive training and marketing materials, aiding in staff education and promotional activities.
  • Is it safe to use?
    Shockwave therapy is considered very safe with no need of sedation. Due to the different focal points, the animal will not feel anything and have very little noise unlike other shockwave device.
  • What is Shockwave Therapy?
    Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) is a non-invasive procedure used to treat acute and chronic pain of the musculoskeletal system. The source from which the shockwaves are generated is located outside the body (extracorporeal) and the shockwaves are delivered to areas deep inside the body. The focused shockwaves used in ESWT procedures reach their peak pressure precisely in the target tissue.
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Multi Radiance is a renowned manufacturer of FDA-cleared super pulsed laser therapy devices, specifically designed for veterinary applications such as pain relief, wound healing, and inflammation control. For a decade, their advanced laser technology has served as a reliable alternative for veterinary professionals, providing a safe, non-invasive, and drug-free solution, eliminating the dependence on traditional prescription medications and surgical interventions.

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