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The only high-energy focused sound wave technology backed by peer-reviewed and published clinical research.


PulseVet’s technology is utilized by more veterinary clinics and universities worldwide.


For over a decade, PulseVet’s technology has been the industry leader in veterinary regenerative medicine.


Equine Therapy

PulseVet’s clinically-proven sound wave therapy is unlike any other treatment available. With the deepest penetration, VersaTron’s focused shock wave energy is customizable to treat over 20 equine indications. Versatron is the gold standard among top equine veterinarians, surgeons, and clinics worldwide.  

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Small Animal Therapy

For the treatment of over 20 indications in dogs and cats, PulseVet’s Versatron 4 Paws high energy sound wave therapy is a non-invasive treatment option for pain and/or lameness. This innovative therapy is clinically proven to speed healing by stimulating the body’s cellular regeneration process.

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

PulseVet’s platelet-rich plasma system utilizes superior blood-separating technology to get the most out of viable platelets within plasma. ProTec is recommended for the management of a variety of musculoskeletal disorders causing pain and lameness in animals.


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PulseVet is a worldwide leader in regenerative veterinary medicine committed to only the highest standards in quality and innovation. PulseVet’s technology is the trusted source for veterinary partners across the globe. 

Top veterinarians and surgeons know there is only one choice to speed healing when it matters most.

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“Diesel is now able to play and go for walks and some days he overdoes it trying to keep up with the puppy, but he's happy! He is pain-free! He can be a dog again…”

K. Dietz

Dog Owner, Wisconsin

"Our studies show that about 70 to 80 percent of dogs have a positive, measurable response to PulseVet's shock wave therapy.”

Dr. Darryl Millis

Orthopedic Surgical Specialist, Dept. of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, University of Tennessee

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