Healing Pets

Pain, Injuries & Disease

  • Pain relief and inflammation
  • Spinal chord injury and partial paralysis
  • Previously untreatable conditions
  • Wound healing and scars, new and old
  • Chronic conditions and autoimmune disease
  • Alternative to surgery or rapid healing post-surgery
  • Cancer therapy (adjunct to chemo and radiation)

Muscle Weakness & Rehabilitation

  • Disk disorders and nerve compression
  • Degenerative disease
  • Soft-tissue damage (muscles, tendons and ligaments)
  • Arthritis and osteoarthritis
  • Hip displasia and spinal lesions
  • Damaged articular cartilage in joints
  • Alternative or adjunct therapy

ThermoWave treats these conditions and more

ThermoWave Molecular Hyperthermia Technology – Analgesic Effects for Rapid Pain Reduction

  • Acceleration of the elimination of pro-inflammatory molecules
  • Decrease pressure of the interstitial fluid
  • Decrease muscle spasms
  • Action on the “pain gate control”
  • Alteration of the nervous transmission

What our clients say

“For older dogs with arthritis, ThermoWave keeps them going longer, decreases their pain and really helps improve their quality of life!”

Highlands Veterinary Clinic, Sparta, NJ

Nancy Shay, DVM

“I saw ABSOLUTELY impressive results in increased comfort and range of motion!”

ThermoWave used 72 hours after surgery for a ruptured ligament

Poolesville Veterinary Clinic, Poolesville, MD

Peter Eeg, DVM

“The results for pain management are outstanding and incredible!  ThermoWave has eliminated pain and lameness for all of my dog and cat patients, and has given them pain relief like no prescription medication could ever do.”

Village Animal Hospital, Jericho, NY

Denise Ceravolo, DVM

“I have never seen performance to equal that of your equipment in terms of deep penetration and precise localization of electromagnetic heating.”

Duke University Medical Center

Director of Hyperthermia Physics and Engineering

“The conversion of hyperthermia technology from bulky, awkward and only partially effective heating approaches to small convenient systems with deep-penetrating, patient-conforming applicators that effectively heat entire disease is long awaited.”

Duke University Medical Center

Director of Hyperthermia Physics and Engineering

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