Pet Parents ask “How does the new PAIN TEST work?”

Dr. Boazman demonstrates how PAIN TRACE picked up on Maui’s pain, which is incredible as CATS are KNOWN TO HIDE PAIN !

Maui, who was recently diagnosed with HIP DYSPLASIA, had a PAIN TRACE TEST that helped confirm his HIP PAIN

The fourth vital sign is now quantifiable with PainTrace® a first-of-its kind objective monitoring system that detects, quantifies, & tracks pain in mammals.

Many cases of hip dysplasia in pets may go undiagnosed since cats are pros at masking their symptoms. A cat parent may not realize that their kitty is having an issue with their hip.

The hip joint is made up of a ball & socket. The largest leg bone (the femur) has a rounded ball (the femoral head) at the top that fits snugly into a socket area (the acetabulum). When it’s working normally, the ball glides & rotates so that your pet can do all the things pet do—from chasing play around the house to getting up after an afternoon snooze.

With hip dysplasia, the femoral head has an abnormal shape that doesn’t fit neatly into the socket. Rather than gliding smoothly, it rubs & grinds, causing damage to the cartilage & bone of the hip joint. In some cases, the femoral head can dislocate from the socket.

PainTrace communicates the presence of pain, providing a valuable tool to support diagnosis & confirmation of treatment effectiveness. PainTrace measures patient responses to examinations & treatments aiding in evaluation of love healing & recovery.

Additionally, PainTrace offers instantaneous real-time measurements of both acute & chronic pain. Monitoring pain over time can potentially lead to early diagnosis & improved overall health.