Case Review of Artemis 1064 Q Switched Therapy Laser
Veterinary Healing & Advanced Imaging
1945 Contra Costa Blvd Suite B Pleasant Hill CA 94523
|“Kirby” Crew||14 years||M,N||Labrador||Spinal stenosis, Disk Disease||Stopped decline in function|
|“Kirby” Crew||14 years||M,N||Labrador||Bilateral Degenerative Stifles Grade 5 Osteoarthritis||Significant reduction in pain and Increased Range of Motion|
|“Greta” Grove||14 years||F,S||Min Poodle||Severe Spinal OA and Degenerative disk disease II||Significant increase in comfort and Increase neurologic function to rear|
|“Otis” Mueller||8 years||M,N||Bull Terrier||Stage 4 chronic renal failure bilateral||Stabilized condition, improved quality of life maintained|
|“Abigail” Hoffacker||15 years||F,S||Min Schnauzer||Stage 3 chronic renal failure bilateral||Significant reversal of renal insufficiency values returned to normal range|
|“Jada” Zeoli||15.5 years||F,S||Pekingese||Intervertebral Disc Disease, Severe, T-L region||Consistent improvement in function to rear legs on treatment.|
|“Jada” Zeole||15.5 years||F,S||Pekingese||Pancreatitis moderate||Significant reduction in discomfort and resolution of clinical signs.|
|“Senge” Zeoli||14.5 years||M,N||Shih Tzu||Stage 4 chronic renal failure||No improvement, died at home|
|“Kito” Zeoli||15 years||M,N||Pekingese||Grade 4 bilateral elbow dysplasia with marked degenerative change||Gradual improvement in comfort and mobility, no change in range of motion|
|“Brenna” Zeoli||14.5 years||F,S||Pekingeses||Intervertebral Disc Disease, severe T-L region||Gradual improvement in function of rear legs and urine, fecal control|
|“Becky” Manos||14.5 years||F,S||Beagle||Severe Disk-spondylosis T-L region||General improvement and marked increase in comfort and mobility|
|“Dixie” Manos||14 years||F,S||Beagle||Acute L1-L2-L3 spinal injury with soft tissue trauma||Treated for acute pain and inflammation. Excellent response in one tx|
|“Dixie” Manos||14 years||F,S||Beagle||Chronic Degenerative Joint Disease of left stifle||Treatment produced consistent improvement in gait and range of motion. Lameness grade reduced from 3 to 1.|
|“Erin” King||4 years||F,S||Feline, DSH||Fracture and nerve damage to pelvic girdle and L7-Sc1 disk||Long term therapy produced improved to gait and elimination of pain. Mild improvement to urine and fecal control|
|“Puff” Jamison||8 year||F,I||Bichon Frise||Grade 4 chronic renal failure||Marked improvement in clinical signs. Lab values showed steady improvement declined when owner discontinued therapy, passed away at home|
|“Sweetie” Stevens||6.5 years||F,S||Beagle Mix||Post-operative ACL surgery||Showed significant return to function wound healing over a three week course of treatment. Fully weight bearing by second week post-operative increased healing rate of incision, 20%|
|“Dharma” Kovach||6.5 years||F,S||Aust. Sheppard||ACL tear non-surgical patient option||Bi-weekly therapy produced excellent return to function with improved gait range of motion, and exercise tolerance. Continued to do well post treatment end at 6 weeks.|
|“Bella” Conway||11 years||F, S||Min. Schnauzer||Stage 4, end stage renal failure||Palliative care provided to improve quality of life. Renal function tests improved 15-20 % and allowed owners more quality time with her.|
|“Kassie” Miller||12.5 years||F,S||German Sheppard||Contraction and scaring of Gracillus/Semi-tendonosis||Initial response was significant lethargy several days of increase pain relief, return to previous clinical state. Additional treatment produce no further improvement in gait or range of motion, treatment stopped.|
|“Phoenix” Meyer||12 years||M,N||Staf. Terrier||Intervertebral Disk Disease L1 through L5||General improvement in gait and comfort level. Improved prop-reoception and control of urine and fecal output.|
|“Stig” Strand||3.5 years||M,N||Great Dane||Cervical C5-C6 instability||Exceptional return to function. Long term weekly therapy has produced almost complete resolution of neurologic signs.|
|“Sorcia” Olden-Stahl||13.5 years||F,S||Min. Dachshund||Intervertebral disk disease L4-L5, L5-L6||Significant improvement in gait and neurologic function. Almost return to normal gait and function|
|“Sorcia” Olden-Stahl||13.5 years||F,S||Min. Dachshund||Post luxating patella correction||Exceptional improvement in comfort return to weight bearing. Very good range of motion and increased healing rate of incision, 20%|
|“Turbo” Wolf||5 years||M, N||Weimaraner||Spider venom necrosis to skin||Had several surgical resections to remove damaged and necrotic tissue. Very inflamed and painful skin site. Had to wear e-collar 24-7 to keep from self-mutilation. After single treatment all pain stopped inflamed tissue and scar resolved. Hair regrowth was significant. No e-collar has been required since first treatment.|
|“Spencer” Anderson||11.5 years||M,N||Chow Chow Mix||ACL tear non-surgical patient option||Rapid improvement in gait and comfort range of motion improved. Normal following week three of treatment.|
|“Jake” Brown||6 years||M,N||Labrador||TPLO post-operative therapy||Exceptional improvement in comfort immediately post-operative. Weight bearing that evening. Required post-operative pain control medications incision healing rate increased 20%|
All clinical cases have the therapy settings listed in their respective files if requested.
24-26 cases showed moderate to significant improvement in clinical signs and or laboratory findings.
2-26 had no improvement or negative effects from the therapy based on client response.
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