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Canine Research

Post-TPLO Weight Bearing improves with use of Shock Wave

A Louisiana State University study concludes that weight bearing increased and short-term limb use improved in dogs treated with shock wave therapy post-TPLO.

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Colorado State Bone Healing

Following TPLO surgery dogs treated with shock wave healed 14 days faster than untreated dogs, at 4 weeks after surgery the treated dogs were healing significantly faster than untreated dogs, and 8 weeks post surgery all dogs were fully healed compared to only half of untreated dogs.

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Surgical Group for Animals-LS

More than 75% of pets experienced improvement following a single high energy sound wave treatment with effects lasting an average of 13 months or longer.

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Shock Wave and Patellar Ligament Desmitis Post TPLO

There was a significant reduction in distal ligament thickness following sound wave treatment after TPLO surgery.

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Treatment Case Studies 

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Shock Wave and Elbow OA

In elbow osteoarthritis cases there was a 4.5% increase in peak vertical force following treatment compared with a decrease of 2.6% in the untreated group.

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Shock Wave and Shoulder-related Lameness

In shoulder lameness cases 88% of treated dogs showed improvement.

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