• Skin Therapy Treatments

Skin & Ozone Therapy Treatments:

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  • Our Certified Pet Aesthetician, Tanya Ellison, has been trained to help pets with many skin problems like, hair loss, bacterial infections, fungal infections, allergies, itching, parasites and much more. Read more about the certification HERE.

    NOW FEATURING Hydro-Massage Ozone Therapies.

    Some pet therapies may be enhanced with  Hydro Massage Ozone Advanced Therapies. If your pet is a candidate we will let you know about this progressive service.

    Understanding that Hydro-massage & Skin Ozone Therapies are not a drug or a magic bullet, it is recommended to always treat patients under the direct supervision of a licensed veterinarian. Hydro-massage and pet skin ozone therapies are therapeutic tools which can aid the groomer in regaining the health of the skin. In the end, the immune system has to do the work of healing the body and skin ozone therapy is best performed along with other treatment modalities in order to achieve the best results.
    The number and frequency of treatments will vary with the condition being treated. A treatment plan is determined on an individual basis depending on the patient’s specific skin issues. (see video below)

    Conditions Ozone Can Treat
    FUNGUS 
    Dermatophytosis
    Dermatomycosis
    malassezia dermatitis
    Candidiasis
    ALLERGIES
    dermatitis flea-allergy
    dermatitis food-allergy
    atopic dermatitis
    SEBORRHEA 
    moist seborrhea
    dry seborrhea
    LEISHMANIASIS 
    for skin and coat nourishment
    a force & barrier against
    external agents.
    ALOPECIA 
    trauma
    surgical shavings
    follicular atrophy
    adenitis of sebaceous glands
    follicular dystrophy
    alopecia of color dilution
    skin hydration
    ITCHING
    to combat proliferation of
    bacteria and malassezia
    that cause itching.
    WOUNDS 
    prevent or treat infection
    encourage healing
    MISC APPLICATIONS
    soothe arthritic joints
    post-surgical orthopedic joint
    therapies –following
    healed incision.