Referring Veterinarians

Have a patient that may benefit from rehab?

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Dr. Jennifer Fletcher Eckenrode is available for case consult/discussions prior to referral and reachable by email at rehab@ahdcvets.com

Nearly 25% of US dogs suffer from osteoarthritis1, causing pain, lameness, limping, limited movement and a poor quality of life. Many current treatments require daily administrations to provide short-term relief. Clinical trial data has shown that just one simple treatment with Synovetin OA relieves pain and inflammation and improves mobility for up to one full year.Synovetin OA® is revolutionizing the treatment of arthritis in dogs' elbows

Pain-Free Pets and Happier Clients

Synovetin OA breaks the cycle of pain with just one treatment, clinically improving mobility and providing proven relief for up to one full year.

The active agent of Synovetin OA is tin-117m, a unique medical radiotherapeutic.

Synovetin OA:

  • Reduces inflammation and relieves chronic canine elbow OA pain
  • Eliminates the key drivers of inflammation and pain
  • Is administered just once a year and can be re-administered again after a year, if needed
  • Is safe; no significant side effects were seen during clinical trials
  • Is given in the hospital and the dog can normally return home the same day
  • Can be used along with other treatments for OA pain management, if needed

Synovetin OA effectiveness and safety were demonstrated in three multi-center studies, showing a 92 (13/14) percent treatment success rate over 12 months in dogs with elbow OA that was determined to be mild or moderate in severity. 71.4% (10/14) of dogs with severe elbow OA were treatment successes. For additional information on how Synovetin OA works, please click here to read Synovetin OA’s clinical trial bulletin.

This procedure can only be performed by licensed veterinarians at veterinary hospitals permitted to use internal radiation therapy. On rare occasions, discomfort in the treated elbow has been seen in dogs that can last up to 72 hours after treatment. Short-term home-care instructions must be followed after treatment to minimize extended close contact such as co-sleeping.

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This procedure can only be performed by licensed veterinarians at veterinary hospitals permitted to use internal radiation therapy. On rare occasions, discomfort in the treated elbow has been seen in dogs that can last up to 72 hours after treatment. Short-term home-care instructions must be followed after treatment to minimize extended close contact such as co-sleeping.

Dr. Jennifer Fletcher Eckenrode is available for case consult/discussions prior to referral and reachable by email at rehab@ahdcvets.com.

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