Photizo Veterinary

Description

 

Photizo Veterinary

A light therapy device for veterinary practice

If you are a veterinary surgeon, farmer, veterinary assistant or nurse, the Photizo® Veterinary (641) can help you heal your patients in shorter periods of time. Use post-operatively, following trauma, on seromas, hematomas, hyaloma, and infected wounds.

For treating larger areas an optional high-power 1200mW probe is available as an accessory for this unit.

Treatment Protocols

Protocols available on the Photizo® Vet Unit
The following treatment protocols are available on the Photizo® vet unit:0-21 Day Wound
21+ Day Wound
Seroma Hematoma
Tissue Trauma
Abcess
OsteoThis product comes with a 2-year carry-in warranty from the date of purchase, provided original proof of purchase is presented.

Conditions which are treatable with the Photizo® Vet Unit

Conditions treatable on small animals

-A-
-G- -O-
Abscess Girth sores Oedema
Acupuncture points Glands (swollen) Overuse syndromes
Arthritis Gonitis -P-
-B-
-H- Pedal osteitis
Back pain Heels (cracked) Peripheral nerve injuries
Bog spavin Haematoma -R-
Bone spavin Hock (capped) Ring bone: high & low
Bowed tendon Hoof abscess -S-
Broken knees -I- Saddle sores
Bruised sole Infected wounds Sesamoiditis
Bruises Inflammation Side bones
Bucked shins Insect bites Sinusitis
Burns -J- Spinal chord injuries
Bursitis Joint ill Splints
-C- Joint inflammation Sprained tendons
Capped elbow Joint injury Sprains
Capped hock Joint pain Strangles absecessation
Cartilage injuries Joint stiffness Suspensory ligament injury
Castration wound -K- Synovial distensions
Cellulites Kissing spines -T-
Chronic pain -L- Tendon injuries
Corns Laminitis Tendon rupture
Cracked heels Ligament injuries Tendonitis
Curb Lymph nodes Thoroughpin
Cuts -M- Thrush
-D- Muscle injury -U-
Degenerative joint disease Muscle pain Ulcers
Dermatitis Muscle spasm -W-
-E- -N- Windgalls
Eczema Nasal catarrh Windpuffs
-F- Naval ill Wounds (fresh/new)
Fistulous withers Navicular disease Wounds (old)
Fractures Neck injury

 

 


 

Conditions treatable on equine and other large animals

 

-A- -G- -O-
Abscess Girth sores Oedema
Acupuncture points Glands (swollen) Overuse syndromes
Arthritis Gonitis -P-
-B- -H- Pedal osteitis
Back pain Heels (cracked) Peripheral nerve injuries
Bog spavin Haematoma -R-
Bone spavin Hock (capped) Ring bone: high & low
Bowed tendon Hoof abscess -S-
Broken knees -I- Saddle sores
Bruised sole Infected wounds Sesamoiditis
Bruises Inflammation Side bones
Bucked shins Insect bites Sinusitis
Burns -J- Spinal chord injuries
Bursitis Joint ill Splints
-C- Joint inflammation Sprained tendons
Capped elbow Joint injury Sprains
Capped hock Joint pain Strangles absecessation
Cartilage injuries Joint stiffness Suspensory ligament injury
Castration wound -K- Synovial distensions
Cellulites Kissing spines -T-
Chronic pain -L- Tendon injuries
Corns Laminitis Tendon rupture
Cracked heels Ligament injuries Tendonitis
Curb Lymph nodes Thoroughpin
Cuts -M- Thrush
-D- Muscle injury -U-
Degenerative joint disease Muscle pain Ulcers
Dermatitis Muscle spasm -W-
-E- -N- Windgalls
Eczema Nasal catarrh Windpuffs
-F- Naval ill Wounds (fresh/new)
Fistulous withers Navicular disease Wounds (old)
Fractures Neck injury
Fungal infections