Healing with the speed of light
When your pet has a wound, ask your veterinarian how Phovia can help encourage faster healing.
Phovia can help heal breaks in your pet’s skin barrier up to twice as fast as alternatives.1 Faster healing time means less time spent in cones and bandages for your pet.
Ask your veterinarian about Phovia today!
Phovia uses light energy to speed healing
Light therapy gives your pet’s cells the energy needed to heal themselves more quickly.
Not all light can effectively speed healing. The light source must be at the right wavelength, distance, and duration to work — and Phovia is designed specifically for pets.
Phovia requires no at-home treatment or maintenance in most cases!
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Phovia Fluorescent Light Therapy can help speed healing in dogs, cats, and horses with dermatological conditions like:
- Hot spots
- Bite wounds
- Lesions from continuous licking
- Traumatic wounds
- Skin infections
- Surgical incisions
A Phovia session just takes minutes. Appointments are fast and non-invasive!
Phovia uses a proprietary gel that helps generate fluorescent light energy and encourage healing. Phovia treatment does not contain antibiotics, steroids, or immunomodulating drugs.
Yes! Dermatological conditions are often complex. Phovia can be used along with immunomodulators, steroids, and most antibiotics your veterinarian may prescribe.
No. Lasers require more frequent and longer treatments, up 15 minutes each. The blue light in Phovia interacts with the chromophore gel to generate fluorescence. A traditional therapy laser will not provide the same result.
Phovia requires no at-home treatment or maintenance required in most cases! However, your veterinarian may recommend other treatments in conjunction with Phovia that would require at-home care.
Phovia can be used by a trained veterinarian, technician, or assistant. Ask your veterinarian about Phovia today!
- Marchegiani, A. et al. (2021) The Effectiveness of Fluorescent Light Energy as Adjunct Therapy in Canine Deep Pyoderma: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Vet Med Int, 6643416.