We exist to provide veterinary professionals and pet owners solutions that improve the lives of their pets, their working animals, or their patients. Our products employ rigorously researched, targeted pulsed electromagnetic field (tPEMF) technology that reduces inflammation and is tuned specifically to either decrease pain and accelerate healing of soft tissue and bone or to reduce canine separation anxiety.

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Drug-free and opioid sparing

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Cabo the Cat with Rhinosinusitis

“The Loop has provided relief from the severity of his CRS and chronic otitis clinical signs without the need for additional medication… [the Loop] is now the only treatment modality that I consider safe and appropriate to use long-term for Cabo’s conditions.” –Dr. Elena Contreras

Puppers with IVDD

“Within two weeks [of beginning Assisi Loop treatments], Puppers was sleeping through the night and, for the first time in four years since his surgery, laid on his side to rest.” –Lis Conarton LVT

Lil’ Bub

“I completely attribute BUB’s longevity, happiness, and wellbeing to the effectiveness of the
Assisi Loop. The treatment is non-invasive, has no ill side effects, and helps manage her pain
better than any oral medication we’ve used.” — owner Mike Bridavsky

Joey the Sheltie with Spondylosis

“‘You know, we were a little skeptical from the beginning, even though the information is
good…And surprisingly it worked, and it worked quickly.” –owner Lisa Woods

Horse with lameness

“The best feedback I get is when they use the Loop and two days later the horse walks out of
the stall better, and they have literally done nothing else – they haven’t injected anything, they
haven’t done any adjustments,” Dr. Peters says. “It’s pretty convincing, and the owners are
really happy.” –Dr. Sarah Peters

Bill the Horse with a Medial Tear

“Bill the Horse shouldn’t have gotten over his gluteal medial tear as soon as he did. I give all the
credit to the Assisi Loop, for sure. It definitely helped that.” –Bill’s rider, Stassi Pyne