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horse photoWhat is V.O.M.?

It is NOT manual adjusting. It is an effective, drug-free way to restore joint mobility and normal nerve communication. VOM is a method of treatment with a high success rate of over 90% to manage back, disc injuries, etc. A treatment schedule is specialized for each patient and usually consists of five to seven treatments over six to eight weeks. V.O.M. LOCATES where the nervous system has fallen out of communication, re-establishes neuronal communication and, therefore, induces healing. V.O.M. ACCURATELY detects, predicts treats and prevents diseases. V.O.M. RESTORES neurologic function to diseased organ(s) and allows healing. The technique can detect disease BEFORE clinical symptoms appear, and allows treatment at the same time.

Long-standing spinal problems can become visible years after the initial injury causing bone changes seen on x-rays. These changes indicate inflammation and pain. VOM reveals these problems long before they become evident on x-rays as well as corrects or treats them. Often when the spine cannot move, this problem generates pain AND shuts down or reduces the nerve’s communication. Even this slight impingement on the spinal cord or the nerve roots affects the organs of our dogs that these nerves supply. For example, reduced function of nerve supply to the colon could result in irritable bowel syndrome.

Primarily, VOM is used to treat spinal disorders such as degenerative myelopathy (like Shadow’s), Wobbler’s disease (instability between several adjacent neck vertebrae), hip dysplasia, disc disease, performance issues, sprain/strains, lameness. It is also effective in addressing visceral diseases, such as thyroid disease, as well as performance and behavioral problems. However, the potential to prevent these conditions as well as treat them is exciting.

What is Cold Laser therapy?

In the world of humans, Frequency Specific Cold Laser is utilized in treating 95% of my patients. Our practice uses an FDA approved class IIa laser. These do not generate heat, therefore, do not cause cellular damage. Cold Laser therapy does result in the restoration of normal cell function and enhances the body’s healing processes without adversely affecting normally functioning cells. In addition to the short and long term effects of pain reduction and healing, Cold Laser stimulates the immune response and improves lymphatic drainage. (more information under "Services/Cold Laser")

By combining the 91-93% success rate of VOM and the healing effects of Cold Laser therapy, we are providing to our canine/equine companions:

  • low cost, effective, non-invasive adjunctive treatment of diagnosed conditions (see above);
  • alternative to surgery (minimizing risk to older animals);
  • preventative health care;
  • a more healthy, pain-free and longer life; and
  • optimized performance in working animals.


CONDITIONS TREATED
  • Lameness
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Muscle/Ligament Strain of the Back
  • Gait
  • Performance Problems
  • Agility Dysfunction
  • Behavioral Issues
  • Stifle / Hip / Sacroiliac Issues
  • Arthritis
  • Decreased Range of Motion
  • Coxitis


FOLLOWING ARE DISEASE SPECIFIC EQUINE PROTOCOLS UTILIZING COLD LASER:

  • Bleeder (Exercise induced naso-pharyngeal hemorrhage)
  • Bronchitis/Bronchopneumonia/Pneumonitis
  • Bursitis
  • Colic (All types)
  • Bruising, Subcutaneus Hemorrhage, Wound Reorganization
  • Bone Injury (Splint Bone and Acute Boney Injuries)
  • Dermatosis/ Urticaria / Hives / Rain Scald
  • Ear and Guttoral Pouch Disease
  • Edema (General, Hypo-static, Ventrl, Extremities
  • EPM
  • Facial Nerve Paralysis / Lip Paralysis
  • Fear / Terrorsw / Mis-Emotion / Training Problems - Difficulty
  • Hock Distention
  • Heart and Heart Related Conditions
  • Inflammation, Focal or General
  • Lacerations
  • Lack of Focus In Training
  • Laryngeal Hemiplegia
  • Kidney Disease
  • Navicular Disease / Laminitis
  • Neurotropic Herpes (West Nile?)
  • Sepsis (General or Focal)
  • Not Limited to the Above / Permits Performance Optimization


Please feel free to contact our office for more information or to schedule an appointment to see if VOM and/or Frequency Specific Cold Laser Therapy is right for your animal.

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