I was introduced to Photizo Vetcare in 2014 by Animal Physiotherapist, Sherry Scott, MBE, (founder and current chair of the College of Animal Physiotherapy).
Sherry was helping me with Molly, my first Miniature Bull Terrier, who suffered with her deformed paws that inhibited her mobility as she got older.
Despite spending literally thousands with conventional vets, after only a few sessions with Vetcare I could see her feet changing from old crusty deformed pads into soft young and pain free paws.
I was able to ease any arthritic symptoms in her back legs too, helping her maximise her front and rear ‘wheel’ drive!
Eager to learn more about how Red and near Infrared light works I’ve studied with Photizo.
When this red light combination is offered at evidence-based frequencies, it’s a powerful tool to reduce inflammation and pain. It promotes healing naturally way below the mitochondria and deep at a cellular level. I’ve had plenty of opportunity to see how it works, not least with Prudence, successor to Molly.
As a puppy, Prudence managed to damage her knee joint in one of her over-excited moments.
Rather than rushing for surgical options, which can make such an injury worse, I manage her slipping kneecap naturally using Photizo Vetcare combined with a raw diet and supplements like Green Lipped Mussel, regular massage and careful exercise.
With my re-homed English Toy terrier, Mr Binks, he has a degenerative condition called Legg Calves Perthes Disease. His left hip joint was removed at nine months before he came to live with me.
A combined approach integrating a healthy nutrient rich raw diet, massage and regular sessions with Photizo paid dividends. Five years on and he is transformed from the thin, bald and anxious dog. He loves life especially as co-host of my podcast A DOG’S LIFE.
Photizo Vetcare is a must-have! It also helps with wounds and has been invaluable on occasion when I’ve suffered a yoga injury like a twisted knee, even a broken toe!
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This article was reproduced with kind permission from Anna Webb’s website.
Anna Webb (www.annawebb.co.uk) is a broadcaster and author. She has studied natural nutrition and therapies with the College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies (CIVT). She lives in London and is owned by Prudence, a Miniature Bull Terrier, and Mr Binks, a re-homed English Toy Terrier.
More information about the health care that Molly, Prudence and Mr Binks have had are to be found in Anna’s book, Manage Canine Arthritis Naturally. This covers a multidisciplinary approach involving a raw diet, supplements, acupuncture, massage, homeopathy, a careful exercise and rest regime, and of course, Photizo. Wound treatment is also highlighted. Not just for dogs, she also includes her cat Gremlin. The ethos behind the book is that every animal is an individual and should be treated as such.
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