Here at Powderham Veterinary Group we offer services for our equine patients.
Those would include:
- Routine vaccinations (Flu and Tet)
- General Health checks
Laser therapy is a non-invasive procedure that requires not sedation or anaesthetic. It can be beneficial in any condition that results in pain and inflammation and can be used to speed wound healing and nerve regeneration. Post surgically it can be used to alleviate pain and speed recovery and get your pet back to normal quicker.
Acute Conditions Treated:
- Tooth extraction pain relief
- Sprains, strains & fractures
- Post-surgical healing/pain relief
Chronic Conditions Treated:
- Degenerative joint disease/arthritis
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Periodontal disease
- Lick granulomas
- Geriatric care
- Hip dysplasia
- Feline acne
Clinically Proven Beneficial Effects:
- Analgesic Effect (Pain relief)
- Improved Vascular Activity
- Increased Metabolic Activity
- Improved Nerve Function
- Faster Wound Healing
- Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth
- Reduced Fibrous ‘Scar’ Tissue Formation
- Laser therapy stimulates muscle trigger and acupuncture points without mechanical invasion to provide musculoskeletal pain relief
If you are interested in this then please phone 01626 365119 / 01803 614700 and speak to one of vets or nurses for more information or to book an appointment.
We offer neutering for a variety of species. All the prices below include 1 or 2 post operation check ups, post operation medication and a buster collar.
Routine prices include:
- Under 25kg - £150
- 25kg-45kg - £200
- Over 45kg - £225
- Under 25kg - £200
- 25kg-45kg - £250
- Over 45kg - £300
- Castrate - £55
- Spey - £77
- Castrate - Under 3kg - £60
- Castrate - Over 3kg - £93.75
- Spey - Under 3kg - £82.50
- Spey - Over 3kg - £106.00
- Castrate - £93.78
- Vasectomy - £106.53
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapies are being used to help animals with many different problems, but currently the strongest evidence for the use of stem cell injections in veterinary medicine is for the management of pain and disability due to osteoarthritis (OA), tendon injuries and other joint problems.
The procedure involves taking radiographs of your pet’s joints to see those most affected by osteoarthritis and therefore would benefit the most and to take about 1 teaspoon of your pets own fat along with a blood sample. This then gets sent away to a lab where the harness the fat to produce stem cells. These stem cells are then injected into the affected joints.
Several studies have shown these effects to be long lasting – for at least 6 months and up to 2 years. Many dogs are able to reduce their reliance on pain relief medication during this time.
For more information and case studies please visit : http://www.celltherapysciences.co.uk/