Joint Injections for Canine Osteoarthritis
If you have a senior dog (7 years and older), you may have noticed that he is less playful, moving more slowly or having difficulty standing after lying down. These are just a few of the signs of canine osteoarthritis (OA), a degenerative joint disease that affects many senior dogs. Because dogs are very good at hiding their discomfort, many of them have undiagnosed pain related to arthritis.
While there are several interventions available, Meadowlawn Animal Services is one of the few hospitals offering Synovetin OA®, a veterinary device that uses novel, conversion electron therapy to target macrophages and synoviocytes in the injected joint.
Synovetin OA® is revolutionizing the treatment of arthritis in dogs’ elbows; simple treatmentrelieves OA painup to one full year. It breaks the cycle of inflammation and pain, clinically improving mobility and providing long-lasting relief.
Watch our video to learn more or call us at (580) 353-0344 to see if Synovetin OA® could help your senior dog.