Digatherm Imaging

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From young pets with high fevers of unknown origin to very effective monitoring of blood pressure in heart disease patients to aim in diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis, the ability of this unit is amazing.

Most common application we see is with older animals suffering from osteoarthritis where we can pin point which joint or bone is mostly affected and target it with Class Iv laser therapy to alleviate the condition without the need for medications, or in advance stages with multimodal treatment therapies.

We recommend that all pets get initial Digitherm exam to obtain “normal” baseline, similar to baseline bloodwork people get, and we can then compare it to times when we suspect illness of that pet.