Articles on Shockwave Therapy and Veterinary Chiropractic
- Equine Veterinary Education Journal: Shockwave therapy for treatment of a burn injury in a horse by Dr. Jenny Johnson
This article describes a horse that sustained burn injury wounds over the back extending from the withers to the tail head as a result of a fire in a trailer. Based on current applications in human medicine, shockwave therapy was administered and the horse recovered with no noted adverse effects. Click here to read the report.
- Evolving Clinical Applications of Shockwave (ESWT) for Canine Patient
ESWT has long been used in equine and human medicine, and now is becoming increasingly popular with small animal clinicians and clients who are attracted to its track record of safety and efficacy, the lower cost and non-invasive nature of the treatment. Read more about ESWT here.
- How to Diagnose and Treat Back Pain in the Horse by Drs. Allen, Johns, Hyman, Sislak, Davis and Amory
Back pain results in decreased range of motion and limited flexibility, and it leads to performance issues in the equine athlete. Some of the most effective therapies performed in our clinic for successful management of back pain include extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT). Read the full report here.
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- Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for Treatment of Navicular Syndrome
- EQUUS: The WAVE Of The FUTURE?
- Evaluation of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for Osteoarthritis
- Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy: Clinical Applications and Regulation
- Shock Wave Therapy: How Can It be Used in Dogs?
- VersaTron Use in Young Horses: Healing Common Training and Conditioning Injuries
- VersaTron Treatment of Equine Foot Maladies
- ESWT Mechanisms in Veterinary Applications