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Old 01-11-2013, 04:31 PM   #11 (permalink)
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When I get the chance to figure out how to upload vid's to youtube, I am going to post my dog's before and after ACL injury...truely a godsend and the best supplimental decision I ever made! That along w/eggshell - I think they were co-factors in his case, (I dumped the calcium suppl. when I ran out), but that too was b/c he wasn't getting bone in his A.M meal - the membrane of eggshell too has it's joint maintainance abilities.

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Old 01-13-2013, 05:10 AM   #12 (permalink)
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well spoke with one of my friends at market today -- new treatments for ACL include cold laser therapy . I was at a medical mall last week , investigating some of the appliances that they have for recuperative and special needs of elderly. There was a device for cold laser , which piqued my interest . Just might get one for myself - part of the "tool chest". http://raisinghealthydogs.com/laser-...g-inflammation
Another treatment which is non invasive , and "$50" meaning inexpensive compared to surgery is ProLo or Prolotherapy -- which they had used as therapy for their dog . They had gone to two Vets seaking advice , both suggested surgery , which , both said, offered no quaranty that the problem would be fixed , and coming in at about $3,000 when all was said and done.
They went with the ProLo , and the dog , after over a year has no problems.

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