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Zomedica PulseVet System named Official Shock Wave Therapy of the National Cutting Horse Association
Zomedica's PulseVet system is a leader in electro-hydraulic shock wave technology for treating an array of veterinary conditions
Zomedica Corp, a veterinary health company providing diagnostic and therapeutic products for equine and companion animals, has announced that the PulseVet system has been deemed the Official Shock Wave Therapy of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA).
"The NCHA is delighted for this longstanding partnership with PulseVet to continue," expressed Jay Winborn, NCHA executive director, in a company release.1 "It is no secret that cutting horses give us their all, both in and out of the arena. It is an easy decision for NCHA to partner with a company like PulseVet, that strives to better enhance the quality of life for our cutting horse athletes."
According to the release, Zomedica's PulseVet system uses high-energy sound waves to stimulate cells and release healing growth factors in the body that decrease inflammation. Plus, the non-invasive therapy improves blood flow and promotes bone and soft tissue development. PulseVet's technology is clinically proven to treat tendon, ligament and muscle injuries, osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease, navicular syndrome, chronic back and neck pain, fractures, and wounds.1
"I am thrilled to partner with the NCHA and help educate the many members who share my passion for great horses and good dogs," said Trudy Gage, PulseVet director of North American sales, and client education. "I know the challenges faced when a horse or dog suffers a sports injury or experiences chronic pain. That is why it is so exciting to be the official shock wave therapy of the NCHA. Now, we can ensure that all members can access the help their best friends deserve."1
Zomedica CEO Larry Heaton added that they are pleased to collaborate with NCHA as its Official Shock Wave Therapy, particularly because its newest board member, Pam Nichols, DVM, is a cutting horse competitor and NCHA member. "Zomedica and the NCHA share a commitment to providing the best possible care for horses at every level of training and competition, whether that be rehabbing from an injury or maintenance to stay at peak performance,” she stated, in the release.
Zomedica announces designation of PulseVet System as the Official Shock Wave Therapy of the National Cutting Horse Association. News release. Zomedica Corp. September 6, 2022. Accessed September 7, 2022. https://feeds.issuerdirect.com/news-release.html?newsid=8003867902667186