Treating dog arthritis usually means painful and intensive surgery, but the 'Panacea' is designed to be a non-invasive way to help offer support for dogs. The multi-size design of the 'Panacea' enables it to be used on almost any breed of dog and instantly add pain relief in the form of infrared light therapy.
The 'Panacea' is the design work of Lucy Yip and, while conceptual, shows promise for what could help to offer consumers an effective treatment for their pets with dog arthritis.
The 'Panacea' works by being placed over the hip and leg area of a dog. From here, the device is turned on and will instantly offer soothing relief from pain and help serve as a way to strengthen muscles.
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