PulseVet Shock Wave technology is backed by decades of research and evidence-based data

Equine Research

A study focused on shock wave treatment of equine tendons found significant improvement in the quality of tendon repair.

89%

A study presented at the 2010 AAEP Convention found positive outcomes in 89% of equine back recovery cases, with results lasting up to 6 months or longer.

A study presented at the 2004 AAEP Convention found a decrease in lameness associated with navicular syndrome in 81% of horses.

A study focused on speed event horses found ESWT lung treatment improved asthma with no adverse events.

Small Animal Research

87.5%

A study focused on pets with lumbosacral disease found an 87.5% improvement following a single treatment, with effects lasting 13 months or longer.

Understanding PulseVet Shock Wave therapy

Backed by over 15 years of research, PulseVet Shock Wave therapy uses high-energy sound waves to stimulate and speed the body’s own healing process.

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See how shock wave therapy stimulates tissue and bone formation

How does it work?

The PulseVet Shock Wave System produces high-energy sound waves, which stimulate cells and release healing growth factors in the body that reduce inflammation, increase blood flow, accelerate bone formation, and enhance wound healing.

Only the electrohydraulic technology used in the PulseVet System creates a true shock wave at all energy settings – a key differentiator in ensuring efficacy. This allows the therapy to reach deeper, targeting areas that other modalities cannot.

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ELECTROHYDRAULIC

*Reference human and cell studies

OTHER SHOCK WAVE SYSTEMS

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ELECTROHYDRAULIC

OTHER SHOCK WAVE SYSTEMS

*Reference human and cell studies

How is PulseVet Shock Wave different from laser therapy?

Shock wave therapy uses SOUND energy, whereas laser therapy uses LIGHT energy.

Shock wave treatments create a higher energy output and penetrate deeper than laser therapy. Laser therapy is more suited for superficial conditions.

1-3 treatments provide long-term healing with shock wave and results typically last up to 12 months. Lasers may require 10-15 treatments for any given injury and the healing has not been studied or proven to last long-term.

There is no risk of burns with sound energy like there is with laser.

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