Cases

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It was a lifetime case of “problem paws.” Nothing seemed to bring much relief until Photizo light therapy came into the picture. Anna Webb describes how she helped her Mini Bull Molly and her English Toy Terrier, Mr. Binks.

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What could be worse than a prison sentence of crate rest? You’re not going to keep this dog down! Read about the challenges and triumphs in treating a Mini Bull’s leg injury. Of course, Photizo light therapy played an important role.

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One day Tommy woke up and couldn’t use his back legs…Sadly, vets didn’t hold out much hope for him, but Photizo came to the rescue!

“People couldn’t believe it when they saw him and he is now running around all over.”

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When Nemo was rescued in 2012, he had a severed hoof, split knees, and malnourishment. Photizo light therapy and excellent care have given this brave horse a new lease on life.

“I believe that Photizo® rapidly improved the healing process after Nemo’s three procedures. Not only were the staples removed within the average time period, but the hobday open wound well-exceeded the rate of healing.”

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Baby Hamster Saved

When ants attacked a litter of baby hamsters, only one survived, and he was barely alive. Gentle Photizo light healing pulled him through.

Baby Hamster Saved!

Ants attacked my baby hamsters of 3 weeks old. 4 died, but one survived, barely alive. The parents also bit him. My mother received Physiotherapy at the time, and was also treated with the Photizo light therapy. The Physiotherapists suggested that we also treat the baby hamster. After 2 treatments, the 3 week old hamster is full of life, eating and playing, totally healed! Thank you so much. The Photizo saved my baby hamster!

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Ringneck Dove with Severe Wound

I found an injured ringneck dove that was unable to fly and I saw that its wing was bleeding quite badly. With closer inspection I saw that its wing had cuts and grazes on top and quite a nasty injury under the wing as well.

Condition Presented:

I found an injured ringneck dove that was unable to fly and I saw that its wing was bleeding quite badly. With closer inspection I saw that its wing had cuts and grazes on top and quite a nasty injury under the wing as well.

Duration Of Photizo Treatment:

I am using the Photizo Vetcare twice a day on the injuries.

Condition After Photizo:

It is a week now since I started the treatment on the dove and there is a clear improvement. The Photizo Vetcare assisted in a quicker recovery of the injuries.

I have been keeping an eye on the dove and it is perking up. It is drinking and eating now and looks more alert.

Today the dove flew away and came back – it must be for more sessions with the Photizo.

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Cheetah with Necrotic Loss of Paw

Losing a paw is bad enough, but continued necrosis is even worse. See how Photizo phototherapy helped save this big cat.

Condition Presented:

The patient was presented with severe tissue necrosis, infection and loss of the left hind paw after being caught in a snare. The patient on presentation had undergone numerous unsuccessful corrective surgeries and each time left the patient with even more necrotic tissue and skin.

Duration Of Photizo Treatment:

Phototherapy was done for 8 minutes, once a day for a week and thereafter once every second day. The aim was to prevent infection and further tissue necrosis and produce a good granulation tissue bed for skin transplantations.

Treatment Performed:

Treatment and case study was done by Vetlight in Pretoria.

Condition After Photizo:

With the aid of phototherapy no more necrosis took place and a good granulation tissue bed was present sooner than expected. The phototherapy proved to have a calming and pain relieving effect (serotonin effect); causing this wild cat to fall asleep during each of his phototherapy sessions.

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Stallion with Non-Healing Fence Injury

Diamond, a Boerperd stallion, presented with a chronic non-healing wound on his left front limb, sustained 22 days earlier on a barb wire fence. Bandage applications, maggot infestation in the wound, and necrosis complicated this case and prevented healing—until Photizo turned this case around.

Condition Presented:

Diamond, a Boerperd stallion, presented with a chronic non-healing wound on his left front limb. He had sustained the injury, proximal to his coronary band, 22 days earlier on a barb wire fence and had been treated appropriately. The owners, however, struggled with bandage applications, maggot infestation in the wound, and the necrotic area kept on extending with no healing.

Duration Of Photizo Treatment:

Phototherapy was done once a day using the 21 day + protocol, every second or third day.

Treatment Performed:

Treatment and case study was done by Vetlight in Pretoria.

Condition After Photizo:

Phototherapy improved blood circulation to the area, promoting cellular regeneration and repair, speeding up recovery. The stallion made a full recovery with no proud flesh and minimal scar tissue formation.

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Contact Us

Veterinary Use Only

Miridia Technology Inc.
Authorized U.S. Distributor

Phone: 208.846.8448
Email: service@photizousa.com

Photizo Vetcare is intended for animal use only, and is not a substitute for professional veterinary care. Always consult your veterinarian.

Contact Us

Miridia Technology Inc.
Authorized U.S. Distributor

Phone: 208.846.8448
Email: service@photizousa.com

Veterinary Use Only

Photizo Vetcare is intended for animal use only, and is not a substitute for professional veterinary care. Always consult your veterinarian.

Copyright © 2017 Miridia Technology Inc.