May 19, 2011

Mobile Lameness Diagnostic Unit for Agility Dogs

Posted by Bob under Dog Arthritis, Stem Cell Therapy

Veterinarians are always looking for new ways to improve the lives of animals.  You might say that they will go to the ends of the earth to help our four-legged friends.  One of the most innovative and forward thinking clinics in the US is the Peak Performance Veterinary Group.  Dr. James Gaynor and his staff have developed a new way to bring the most advanced diagnostic tools and treatment technologies to canine athletes with the PEAK PET, their Performance Evaluation Trailer. 

The PEAK PET will be on-hand for numerous canine events including agility trials, dog shows, and field trials.  The PEAK PET is the first of its kind in the canine competitive world, bringing state of the art veterinary practice directly to these performance athletes. The PEAK PET team will provide: 

  • Electronic gait analysis using the GaitRite system, the most comprehensive gait analysis tool currently available.
  • Laser therapy, massage therapy, and basic onsite medical care.
  • Therapeutic recommendations for dog handlers to discuss with their veterinarians.

The Peak Performance Veterinary Group also provides Vet-Stem Cell Therapy for agility dogs that experience injuries, arthritis or wear and tear from their competitive lifestyle. 

Dr. Gaynor was one of the first veterinarians in the country to recognize the value of stem cell therapy for canine athletes and companions because his practice focuses on pain management and treatment.  Dr. Gaynor has lectured at many of the major veterinary conferences on his success in the use of stem cell therapy to treat arthritis and traumatic orthopedic injuries.  Dogs from all over the USA are flown in to Peak Performance to access the expertise of Dr. Gaynor and his innovative physical therapy and treatment methods.  Congratulations Dr. Gaynor on being one of the leading authorities on pain management and stem cell therapy.

In his spare time, Dr. Gaynor works in rescuing two-legged animals (skiers) off the slopes of the Colorado Rockies as a ski patrol member!


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