7 Years Strong!
Here at Pulse Veterinary Technologies, LLC (also known as PulseVet) we recently celebrated the 7th anniversary of our split from our former human medicine focused partner, Sanuwave.
An anniversary is a time to reflect on the past, and also to look to the future.
We take great pride in our gold standard VersaTron technology, which has been our responsibility for over a decade. We continue to prove to the veterinary community that our technology is still the most effective ESWT available by supporting peer-reviewed and published clinical research.
Every day, PulseVet focuses on customer support and service, building relationships with each individual we talk to so they know they always have someone to call when they are in need of assistance. Our team loves hearing from customers when our technology has had a positive impact on the well-being of one of their patients.
In the past year, PulseVet added the Animal Care Assistance Program (details can be found at this link: http://www.pulsevet.com/animal-care-assistance-program/) inspired by Trigger, a Paint gelding, who had a “degloving” laceration that the VersaTron was able to help heal (http://www.pulsevet.com/research/equine/). Through this program, PulseVet sponsors treatments with our technology to help animals in need.
We support and sponsor many veterinary organizations, publications, and trade organizations. We established a sponsorship with the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP), and continue our sponsorship of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). It is a top priority for us that we ‘give back’ to the veterinary healthcare industry.
Since its introduction in 2002, VersaTron has continued to excel as the industry leader in veterinary shock wave technology, treating well over a million patients, and setting a remarkable standard for reliability and performance. Many VersaTrons greater than ten years old continue to treat patients successfully day after day.
As we begin another year at PulseVet, we can only promise that we have a lot of exciting work going on, and we will continue to do our best to be top-level partners with all of our veterinary colleagues. More research, more technology advances, more support –