(PRWEB) December 18, 2004
No Drugs. No Surgery. No Problem. - Thanks to PST, or Pulsed Signal Therapy, (http://www.pstvet.com) a new medical treatment now being offered to effectively treat osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, chronic joint disorders, rheumatoid disease, back pain and sports-type injuries in small animals. Pulsed Signal Therapy significantly relieves the severity of joint pain, tenderness and swelling and improves mobility, allows restful sleep and restores the activities of daily living without drugs or surgery. The results have been shown to be long term.
PST consists of pulsed signals that mimic the normal healthy physiological signals, transmitted into the joint to promote the repair of damaged cells and to stimulate the repair and maintenance processes. PST focuses on the cause of the symptoms: the breakdown of cartilage and joint tissue. Pain and swelling can occur when the cartilage wears due to degenerative joint disease, overuse or injury. Pulsed Signal Therapy reproduces the bio-physically correct restoration signal and directs it into the joint, stimulating the existing cartilage and other damaged structures to repair themselves and therefore function more efficiently, thus accelerating the convalescent period and restoring the jointÂs function.
Pets receive nine, half-hour treatment sessions that take place on consecutive days. The joint or body area is positioned within the PST device that emits the bio-physiological pulsed signal. Pulsed Signal Therapy is administered under the prescription and supervision of a veterinarian with the goal to reach short and long-term reduction of pain and a return to full functionality while improving the petÂs quality of life.
The overall cost of PST is comparable to that of long-term NSAIDS or analgesic drug use and is a non-invasive, totally painless therapeutic modality without any known or reported side effects.
PST technology was developed by biophysicist and medical doctor, Richard Markoll, MD, PhD. Initial Double-blind placebo controlled clinical studies conducted under the direction of the Yale University School of Medicine on humans and published in the highly respected Journal of Rheumatology indicate that more than 70% of patients treated showed a significant improvement. Clinical studies, conducted around the world, have confirmed the initial results. To date, over a half million people and thousands of animals have received PST treatment at 750 clinics worldwide.
For more information contact your veterinarian or call 1-866-646-8684 or visit http://www.pstvet.com.
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