Acoutsic Therapy

Acoutsic Therapy

We're excited to introduce the latest advancement in non-invasive therapy for our furry friends: Piezowave and acoustic therapy. Designed to target musculoskeletal conditions and promote healing, Piezowave acoustic therapy utilizes sound waves to penetrate deep into tissue, stimulating blood flow and cellular repair. Whether your pet is recovering from surgery, managing chronic pain, or seeking to improve mobility, our skilled team harnesses the power of Piezo Wave technology to provide non-invasive, drug-free relief.

  • Non-Invasive Treatment: Acoustic therapy utilizes focused acoustic waves to target specific areas of your pet's body, providing a gentle and non-invasive treatment option.
  • Promotes Healing: By stimulating cellular repair and enhancing blood flow, Acoustic therapy encourages the natural healing processes in your pet's body, reducing inflammation and promoting tissue regeneration.
  • Pain Relief: This advanced therapy can effectively alleviate pain associated with various conditions, including arthritis, musculoskeletal injuries, and post-surgical recovery, improving your pet's comfort and quality of life.
  • Safe and Convenient: Acoustic therapy requires no anesthesia or sedation, making it a safe and stress-free option for pets of all ages. Treatment sessions are quick and convenient, typically lasting only a few minutes


When is Acoustic Therapy Recommended: 

  1. Deep Tissue Injuries: Shockwave therapy is ideal for treating deep tissue injuries in veterinary patients, including tendon and ligament injuries, where reaching the affected area with other modalities may be challenging.

  2. Orthopedic Conditions: Shockwave therapy is commonly used for orthopedic conditions in animals, such as tendonitis, osteoarthritis, and fractures. It stimulates tissue regeneration, improves blood flow, and enhances healing in affected areas.

  3. Calcified Tissues: Shockwave therapy is effective for conditions involving calcified tissues in animals, such as tendon calcifications, bone spurs, and degenerative joint disease, by breaking down calcifications and promoting tissue healing.

  4. Acute Injuries: Shockwave therapy can be used for acute injuries in veterinary patients to reduce inflammation, accelerate healing, and minimize recovery time.


How is this different from Laser Therapy: 

While Laser Therapy (a light wave based therapy) is commonly favored for addressing superficial tissue injuries, chronic ailments, and pain management among veterinary patients, acoustic therapy is the preferred option for treating deep tissue injuries, orthopedic conditions, and cases involving calcified tissues.

It is important to note that laser therapy and acoustic therapy can be even more effective combined, with treatment plans tailored by your pet's veterinarian and a rehabilitation specialist.




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Animal Rehab & Pain Center
Funkstown, MD 21734
Improving a pet’s comfort & quality of life