Posted on Aug 30, 2010 | Comments 0
The technology and the science are nowadays anywhere. If you take a look at the medicine, you will see the progress of the lasers and the innovative machines that can save human life easily.
In the veterinarian medicine the progress is also a fact. Nowadays modern lasers can heal your puppy even from cancer or other deadly diseases, which were considered as deadly a decade ago.
The so called cutting-edge care turns to be a trend, a healthy trend for many pet-owners.
For instance, if your dog suffers from lumbo-sacral disease, no vet is able to help. The decision is this procedure gets rid of your dog back pain. The treatment is through a light laser that is stimulating the neuromuscular area of your dog.
This is only an example, but it shows the progress of the vet’s medicine that is solving even deadly diseases by innovative laser treatments.
According to Dr. Paul Greengard, winner of Nobel Prize for researches on the human nervous system, the pets need to be treated as humans. In his clinic, the pet’s procedures are just as the human ones.
Investing in your pet’s health is now not just a whim, it is reality. There is of course official research about it. According to the latest research made by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, nearly $12 billion were paid for veterinary bills only in the U.S.
The figure shows an optimistic fact – nowadays the owners are willing to pay more than a decade ago. Actually it is about double of what pet owners were spending a decade earlier.
The new innovative procedures become a priority for many that are concerned about their pets. The cutting-edge laser technologies are going to be inserted into the biggest vet’s clinic in U.S. They are popular not only because they can solve some special disease, but they can also cut the down the post-operating problems such as sarcomas and bruising, not to mention that surgery operations with lasers are not so painful and complicated.
There is of course another theory that claims that lasers are actually saving your money. Treatments that include laser technologies usually prevent your dog from further diseases, something which can’t be done with the regularly medicine.
After a regular surgery, your dog will need time to recover, as well as certain medicines, but if the surgery is done with cutting-edge vet technique the recovery process will be minimized to several days.
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