Voltrex how does it help?
Anti-inflammatory drugs used to treat arthritis, hip dysplasia, disc disease and ligament damage are very beneficial in the first few days following injury, but continued use of these pain relievers may actually hinder long term healing, by cutting off the blood supply those tissues need to heal. Feeding of processed diets likewise interferes with joints and ligaments getting the circulation they need for their inflammation to resolve. If the situation continues, joints gradually deteriorate and may become thickened and permanently deformed.
Voltrex supports normal blood flow to joints and ligaments so healing can occur without compromising pain relief. As joints and ligaments heal over several weeks or months, anti-inflammatory drugs are needed less and less, which allows the pace of healing to accelerate. Meanwhile, other joints and ligaments on the verge of injury receive support as well, such that Voltrex supports the whole body becoming stronger and less prone to injury in the future.
Improvements from the improved joint circulation should begin in the first few days, but it may take many months before ligaments and joints are completely healed. Over that time, lameness becomes more intermittent, allowing anti-inflammatory drugs to be used only as needed to relieve pain, instead of so often that they hinder healing. Animals can stay on their feet longer, get up faster and appear more free and comfortable in their movements.
How quickly and fully the joints heal depends upon several factors, including whether the animal is on a real food meat- and vegetable-based diet, and whether other therapies like acupuncture, physio or hydrotherapy and chiropractic are being used to fully restore joint circulation and healing. Once dogs have plateaued in their initial improvements on Voltrex, swich them to Lumbrex.
Besides healing joints, Voltrex also supports the healing of deep spinal cord injuries. Use Voltrex for about two to three weeks before adding in Lumbrex