Hours (all locations)
|Monday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Thursday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Friday||8:30am - 5pm|
|Saturday||8:30am - 4pm|
Is your pet eperiencing pain? Fill out this questionnaire and we will contact you to schedule an appointment.
Animal Medical Center of Mid-America combines multiple approaches to treating pain in order to achieve the best possible outcome for each pet. Supplements, medications, and state-of-the-art equipment can greatly reduce pain and improve a pet’s quality of life. Exams are focused on finding where pain is affecting patients, and then therapy can be focused on specific areas of the body. Specialized diagnostic equipment improves the detection of pain when used in conjunction with traditional diagnostic tools.
Our Integrated Veterinary Pain Management Centers are located in each of our veterinary hospitals. Pain management services include:
This allows pets to either return to their previous state of mobility or aid in their transition to new state of mobility.
Through the use of assistance, multiple mobility devices and exercises help pets return to previous states of mobility or help a pet adjust to a new state of mobility.
Laser therapy targets specific body areas to relieve pain and inflammation, stimulates tissue regeneration, and helps the body release endorphins to fight pain naturally.
A patient's own blood cells are processed and injected back into the specific joints where arthritis is occurring. The high concentration of growth factors and healing proteins help reverse the joint damage and aid the body in restoring healthy joint tissue.
PainTrace is a wearable monitor that quantifies acute and chronic pain. Real-time pain levels are acquired using skin-mounted sensors that process a biosignal generated by the nervous system.
High frequency sound waves target a specific area with heat and microscopic vibrations at jus the right depth to help heal internal injuries. There are many benefits of ultrasound therapy including pain relief, reduced swelling, and increased blood flow.
Pet obesity is the number one health problem encountered today. Not only does the extra weight place stress on joints and ligaments, but fat tissue also promotes inflammatory conditions inside the pet's body.
AMCMA works with experienced individuals in veterinary chiropractic care to bring these resources into our facility to treat pets.
To learn more about our Integrated Veterinary Pain Management Center, click here.