Around the globe, pet parents are seeking alternative ways to treat their animal’s ailments. The Assisi Loop, offered through Assisi Animal Health, is a new product that aims to alleviate pain and swelling caused by muscle injuries, neurological and degenerative disorders, inflammatory conditions, wound healing, and aid in post-surgical care.
As an FDA-approved first-line therapy, it’s a non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical method of treatment for chronic woes in dogs, cats (Lil Bub is an ambassador), and even horses. By using electromagnetic pulses, in 15-minute treatments that help promote blood flow, pets see good results with their health issues and end up taking less pain medication.
Assisi Animal Health veterinary professionals explained the basics behind the technological invention:
“The Assisi Loop uses low-level pulses of electromagnetic energy to reduce pain and swelling, and to enhance recovery. The Loop is a targeted Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (tPEMF) that is portable and ready to use.”
The Assisi Loop can be used in a veterinary office setting or at home by pet guardians. The at-home option makes the safe pain management treatment especially cost-effective for pet owners.
Even better, the Assisi Loop has no known side effects. Boasting its effectiveness with the slogan “proven science, positive results,” veterinarians are beginning to learn more and more about this innovative technology that really only produces a tingling sensation in the pet.
Assisi Animal Health also said:
“Use of the Assisi Loop 2.0 will not interfere with existing standard treatment procedures or pain management programs. It is effective in combination with laser therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic treatments, and pain and inflammation medications.”
A long list of possible uses for the Loop include:
As more and more pets are treated with the Assisi Loop and its tPEMF technology, it’s likely that the number of ailments it treats will grow.
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All photos via Assisi Animal Health.
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