An Ultrasound stimulates tissue repair by using low frequency sound waves. It can be used to break down adhesions and scar tissues, notably in tendons, as well as to heat up deep tissues.
Pet ultrasounds are a valuable tool for veterinary medicine because they allow our specialist veterinarians to visualise internal organs and structures in a non-invasive way. Ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of internal structures such as the heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, bladder, and gastrointestinal tract.
Some of the benefits of pet ultrasounds may include
Early Detection of Disease
Ultrasound can detect changes in organ structure or size that may indicate the presence of disease, even before clinical signs of illness become apparent. This allows for earlier diagnosis and treatment, which can improve the prognosis for the pet.
Unlike some other imaging techniques, such as x-rays or CT scans, ultrasound is non-invasive and does not expose the pet to ionizing radiation.
Helps with Diagnosis
Ultrasound can help veterinarians diagnose a wide range of conditions, from bladder stones to liver disease. This information can be used to develop a treatment plan tailored to the individual pet's needs.
Guidance for Procedures
Ultrasound can also be used to guide certain procedures, such as biopsies or fluid sampling, which can help ensure that the procedure is performed safely and accurately. Overall, pet ultrasounds are an important diagnostic tool that can help veterinarians provide better care for their pets.
Healing Pet Ultrasounds Near You
Collagen can be stimulated to heal using ultrasound. Ultrasound therapy will work well on soft tissues with a lot of collagen. Injuries to muscles, ligaments, and tendons are frequently treated by ultrasound. In order to speed up the healing process, ultrasound will also increase circulation by increasing the blood flow to the wounded area.
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