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Our team has been working together with veterinary practices for more than 25 years, developing a unique, adaptable practice management system that is more flexible than anything else you'll find on the market today.  Our business philosophy has always been "be helpful, be better and ALWAYS be human".  We're one of the few or maybe only veterinary technology company that designs, develops and supports our own adaptable practice management system in house. When you call us you speak with the actual people who develop and maintain your QuickVet.
Over these many years, we've discovered technologies that compliment QuickVet and help our client practices provide the best medical care for their patients, including QuickPACS, J-Ray Laser Systems, BitDefender, MozyPro, just to name a few.  Whether you need a veterinary practice management system, have a question about our technologies, or make sure we really are as human as we claim... call us at 1-302-659-0343 or click the button to send us your questions!

Photobiomodulation Therapy Success

Dose

When you combine more power with the correct wavelengths you get deeper penetration, faster treatment times and the ideal therapeutic dosage, so you can  treat difficult conditions, and get better clinical results.

Power

The J-Ray lasers can deliver considerably more therapeutic laser energy than all other Class II and III therapy lasers available on today’s current market. The J-Ray Lasers were engineered to produce the optimal power and protocols for Veterinary Clinics and Mobile Practices. Energy does equal penetration!

Wavelengths

The optimal therapeutic wavelength of 810 nm & 980nm are used for maximum penetration and efficacy, with choice of operating modes from continuous wave (CW); single pulse & pulsed modes.

J-Ray Laser Therapy Success with FritzFritz, a 8-year old Poodle Cross

Fritz, a 8-year old poodle cross was totally BLIND for at least the past 3 weeks. He had been treated elsewhere with 2 rounds of Tobramycin ointment, with no improvement.

On presentation, he was painful to the touch, with severe corneal edema with mild ulcerations, purulent mucoid ocular discharge, and he had not eaten for 2 days, refused to get up.

Used the J-Ray Laser in therapy mode, at 2.4W for 10 seconds (24J) on all 4 quadrants of each eye, AVOIDING direct exposure.

Fritz went home and ate well and was wagging his tail.

Two days later the same treatment was repeated, and Fritz was now walking around the house (some stumbling). The corneal edema was going away and NO ocular exudate.

Two days later, the photo to the right shows a happy Fritz, with probably 25% of his vision back and the owners were very thankful!

From Dr. Dail McLawhorn at McLawhorn Animal Clinic in Greenville, North Carolina


J-Ray Laser SystemsBella, a 6 year-old Puggle

I've been meaning to get this to you as we have had a lot of success with the J-Ray for several cases of chronic pain and also acute injury. Here is our most impressive case study:

Bella, a 6 y.o. Puggle presented for a second opinion after several days of hospitalization at a 24 hour care facility for suspected IVDD. She was on a fentanyl CRI while in the hospital along with oral prednisolone, gabapentin and methocarbamol. She remained significantly painful in her lumbar spine with mild to moderate ataxia and pronounced proprioceptive defects in her hindlimbs. Her owner and I discussed options for alternative treatments in order to help avoid surgical intervention but she did not have any of Bella's medications with her and I was reluctant to suggest changes to her treatment regimen without dosages/administration frequency, etc. We opted to perform a laser therapy treatment on her lumbar spine and make adjustments to her medication once the owner was at home and could give me the pertinent information.

The next morning, Bella's owner called to report that she was a different dog! She was walking with no ataxia and had started eating well and sleeping comfortably again. I recommended tapering off of medications and starting a laser treatment regimen once to twice weekly. When she presented later in the week (only 3 days after initial treatment), she was bright and no longer uncomfortable. Proprioceptive deficits and ataxia were completely resolved and she no longer had the hunched posture associated with lumbar pain in dogs.

"We have had great success with the J-Ray and are extremely happy with the product."

From Dr. Jennifer Jaax at Jaax Veterinary Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio


Buddy, the Cat

Buddy the cat presented for an oozing open wound to his paw. Because he is an outdoor cat, belonging to the local Hospice facility next door. We boarded him and performed laser therapy every day for 4 days. Amazing how fast this wound healed and was able to discharge Buddy to roam around the Hospice grounds.

The presenting wound on Day 1

Buddy with oozing open wound - Day 1

Buddy with oozing open wound - Day 1

Day 2

Buddy with oozing open wound - Day 2

Day 3

Buddy with oozing open wound - Day 3

Day 4

Buddy with oozing open wound - Day 4

"Yes, Love the J-Ray Laser."

From Dr. Gary Zinderman at Indian Street Animal Clinic in Stuart, Florida


Blue, the Bernese Mountain Dog

Blue, a 2-year old Bernese Mountain Dog, owned by Chris and Kurt in Smyrna, Delaware, suffered from pyotraumatic dermatitis (hot spot).  Their veterinarian, Dr. Laurie Dohmen, recommended laser therapy, and the J-Ray Class IV Laser System to the rescue!

The presenting symptoms on Day 1

Blue Pyotraumatic Dermatits on December 26, 2018

Blue Pyotraumatic Dermatits on December 26, 2018

Blue Pyotraumatic Dermatits on December 26, 2018

Blue Pyotraumatic Dermatits on December 26, 2018

After Blue's very first laser treatment with the J-Ray on Day 1

After Blue's very first laser treatment with the J-Ray on December 26, 2018

As the first laser therapy treatment began, Blue would not lay down and was in discomfort. The owner commented that Blue had a tough time sleeping. When he fell asleep and moved, the pain would awaken him and he would get up, then try to get comfortable. So the laser energy was applied gently as he moved about, and after about 1 - 2 minutes into the laser therapy treatment, he laid down and Blue was fast asleep, feeling better than he's felt in a while...

a testament to the analgesic effect provided by the J-Ray!

After the second J-Ray Laser Treatment on Day 2

Blue Pyotraumatic Dermatits on December 27, 2018

Blue Pyotraumatic Dermatits on December 26, 2018

After the third J-Ray Laser Treatment on Day 8

Blue Pyotraumatic Dermatits on January 2, 2019

Blue after a week with no other treatment, on Day 15

Blue Cured of Pyotraumatic Dermatits on January 9, 2019

Blue Cured of Pyotraumatic Dermatits on January 9, 2019

"Blue is doing great completely healed! Just a few scabs left and the hair is growing back!!! " from Chris


"Since adding the Class 4 laser therapy to our practice, we have seen an increase in the number of pets that were previously on pain medications be able to discontinue those or decrease the dosage. This has been a tremendous help with hot spots, lick granulomas, ear infections and other skin conditions that were just being "maintained" previously. We use this machine to treat something every day that we see pets, from post-op therapy to longer maintenance it has added an undeniable benefit to our practice. We have even had a few clients come to us because we now offer this service. I am very pleased with the results of using this therapy. The results we have observed from this machine is proof enough that the Jay Ray class 4 laser therapy truly performs as was explained and we are excited to continue to grow our practice with this option available for clients."

Libby Ratcliff (RVT & Practice Manager) | Fling Pet Clinic, Hillsboro, Ohio


"This dog could not walk 4 days ago. 1 treatment (9000 J) day 1, 2x treatment day 2,3 and today. She can now walk, pee and poo on her own!! Another success story!!'

Libby Ratcliff (RVT & Practice Manager) | Fling Pet Clinic, Hillsboro, Ohio


The J-Ray Therapy Laser provides the power and photonic energy to treat horses!


Using the J-Ray Laser for Therapy

"I have been VERY PLEASED with my J-RAY Therapy laser.

The more common conditions I use it for are stifles , hips, strained muscles , neck injuries , sore backs blocked Tom cats and cat stomatitis. 

The most rewarding treatment was a horse with a severe painful poisonous snake bite wound.  Laser treatment lessened the pain , reduced swelling and aided in tissue healing.

I am a veterinarian but I treat a lot of sore Cowboys!"

Written by Dr. Dail McLawhorn, DVM, McLawhorn Animal Clinic, Greenville, North Carolina

 

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