Veterinary Applications & Case Studies
Therapies with the Ig2000 have demonstrated a very high success rate with a record of significant achievements in the treatment of cases that traditional veterinary medicine has been unable to resolve. Ig2000 Photon Therapy treatments demonstrate a new, non-drug, therapeutic technique that can and will significantly improve standard veterinary medical treatment regimes whether used as a stand-alone or adjunctive therapy. Therapies with the Ig2000 demonstrate a positive effect on the animal’s immune system facilitating the patient’s own innate immune response and its ability to fight and defend against diseases, ailments, and disorders.
The Ig2000 is safe and easy to use. It is non-invasive and there are no known negative side effects. Treatment sessions are brief and results are proven.
It has been observed and documented in over 500,000 therapies, both in the field and clinically, that treatments with the Ig2000 stimulate a highly beneficial immuno-therapeutic affect, demonstrating consistent and repeatable positive outcomes when treating various diseases, disorders, injuries, and ailments.
Pets will not experience pain, nor damage to their coat, skin, or eyes, from Ig2000 therapy. Positive results to complete resolution are commonly seen within the course of three treatments with the Ig2000.
At the track, in the show barn, or in the clinic, the Ig2000 technology provides sound therapeutic solutions for both large and small animals, alike. Ig2000 treatments can also offer a significant cost savings to the owner while treating a variety of indications.
Immuno-Genic Corporation’s Ig2000 technology and its related Photon Therapy Devices are available to veterinarians, animal rehab specialists, sports trainers, breeding farms and pet owners.
The following examples are only a small sample of the many difficult cases that have been resolved through the use of the Ig2000 Bio-modulation Therapeutic Treatment.
The following examples represent special cases of veterinary research involving horses affected by Pneumonia, Septic Joints, Hematoma, and Diarrhea. * Cases presented for Ig2000 treatments were the critical, lost cause subjects with an extremely dire prognosis as the therapy was in the research and development stages. *
The following examples represent the progression of equine treatments utilizing Ig2000 Immuno-Therapy.
The following veterinarians have offered their personal recommendation for the use of the Ig2000. Veterinarians owe it to themselves and their clients to use the one and only Ig2000.
Blue Springs Animal Clinic
W. K. Bradford, DVM
Wellington Veterinary Clinic
J. Orosz, DVM
D. Rykoff, DVM
Dr. Gerald R. Schmoling, D.V.M., M.B.A., A.A.M.S.
Dr. Ken Hill, BSc., D.S.M., Ph.D., D.P.E., F.R.A.M.