Companion Animal Health Releases New Animation for Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

NEWARK, DE, December 13, 2016 — Companion Animal Health is excited to pioneer a first-in-class medical animation overviewing platelet biology and the effects of Platelet Rich Plasma. This animation provides the viewer with a biological background into this ground breaking therapy, following the steps of PRP processing to injection, resulting in tissue healing and repair. Educational for both veterinary professionals and pet owners alike, this animation “brings to life” this clinically effective therapy in a simplified manner.

We are proud to be a committed partner in providing the latest advancements in technology and education in veterinary medicine. For more information about the Companion Regenerative Therapies System, please click here.

About Companion Animal Health

Companion Animal Health is the Delaware-based therapeutic laser manufacturer of Companion® and Pegasus® Class IV Veterinary Therapy Lasers, and other animal health & rehabilitation products.  Companion Animal Health is also the exclusive world-wide distributor of Companion Regenerative Therapies™.

Companion is a division of LiteCure and provides expertise in design, manufacturing, production, and support. Companion not only provides highly reliable products, but also the resources and tools to successfully incorporate laser technology and products in veterinary practice.

LiteCure is ISO13485-certified and continues its commitment to science, education, and the highest level of customer service.

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Hunt Valley
Animal Hospital

11206 York Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030

Phone: 410-527-0800
Fax: 410-527-0041

Hospital Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am-7:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am-4:00pm

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