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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!

J-Ray Laser Testimonials

For Photobiomodulation Therapy and Surgery

"I have had a J-Ray laser for almost two years now. I use it daily in practice and do not want to practice without it. It is great for helping with orthopedic issues, like back and stifle injuries and chronic arthritic pain. Have been able to keep many CCL tears from needing surgery. Also, I use the J-ray frequently to speed wound healing and have been amazed at how quickly deep wounds have healed with less pain and less infection. I also use the J-Ray for surgeries where I need cut and cauterize at the same time. Just removed a large, tumorous third eyelid from a dog without any bleeding or suturing at all."

Written by Dr. Jessica Miller, DVM, Healing Hearts Veterinary Care, LLC, Wauseon, Ohio

 

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For Laser 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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Using the J-Ray Laser for Surgery and Therapy

"After using a co2 laser and therapy laser for the last 10 years the J-ray has become a welcomed addition to our practice.

The dual capabilities make it versatile both medically and financially.

At the price point the J-ray would be a great addition to any practice.

It has more than achieved our expectations."

Written by Dr. Nathan Metz, DVM, Metz Petz Veterinary Clinics, Ada & Shawnee, Ohio

 

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Using the J-Ray Laser for Therapy

"We use it more for our own aches and pains.  Lol

It seems to be very helpful for chronic issues like stifle injuries, but we are also slipping in a few swipes in post op especially bad degloving, or other hbc types of trauma!

We have had several cases do very well, the funniest was my office manager's mini poodle with injured stifle. Everytime she heard us using it on somebody she would come out of the office and find us to stand in line for her treatment! Works well for degloving injuries and other obnoxious wounds, along with honey wet to dry bandaging. "

Written by Dr. Barbara Walton, DVM, Third Street Veterinary Clinic, Siler City, North Carolina

 

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Using the J-Ray Laser for Therapy

"I use this laser on my driving ponies whether just beginning training or seasoned drivers.

I cover their necks, down the back, and over their hips and sacrum.

It seems to help keep them flexible and comfortable.

Each enjoys his/her session!"

Written by Dr. Robin Anderson, DVM, First Star Ranch, Chiefland, Florida

 

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Using the J-Ray Laser for Therapy

"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."

Written by Libby Ratcliff (RVT and Practice Manager), Fling Pet Clinic, Hillsboro, Ohio

 

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The Most Versatile High Dose Veterinary Laser System
  • Therapy: Up to 15 watts at 810nm and 15 watts at 980nm in a pulse mode to minimize heat and maximum high dosage
  • Surgery: Diode laser surgery that provides tactile feel by contacting the tissue, cauterizing the blood vessels and the nerves while cutting
  • Cauterization: Cauterization of blood vessels and ablation of undesired growths, with superior patient & surgeon safety
  • Stimulates Trigger Points and Acupuncture Points: stimulates muscle trigger points, restoration of muscular tonus and balance
  • An Additional Profit Center for your Practice!
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