ANN ARBOR, MI / ACCESSWIRE / April 13, 2022 / Zomedica Corp. (NYSE American:ZOM) (“Zomedica” or the “Company”), a veterinary health company offering diagnostic and therapeutic products for companion animals, is pleased to announce that the PulseVet system has been named the Official Shock Wave Therapy of the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA).

Zomedica’s PulseVet system is a world leader in electro-hydraulic shock wave technology for the treatment of a wide variety of conditions in veterinary patients. The high-energy sound waves stimulate cells and release healing growth factors in the body that reduce inflammation, increase blood flow and accelerate bone and soft tissue development. PulseVet’s technology is used in conditions including tendon and ligament healing, bone healing, osteoarthritis, chronic pain and wound healing.

“PulseVet has a standout reputation for quality, innovation and thorough research, and AQHA is proud to associate with a partner of this caliber,” said Patty Tiberg, AQHA chief marketing and business development officer. “AQHA is pleased to join efforts with a company that supports the Association’s mission to maintain the integrity of the breed and welfare of its horses.”

“As a long time, member, I am thrilled to partner with the AQHA and help educate many of the members I proudly call friends,” PulseVet Director of North American Sales and Client Education Trudy Gage said. “We share a passion for great horses and good dogs! I am aware of the challenges faced when a horse suffers a sports injury, or a dog is fighting pain caused by a variety of activities. That’s why it’s so exciting for our company to be the official shock wave therapy of the AQHA, now we can make sure all the members have access to the help their best friend needs to feel better quickly.

PulseVet has also been named an event sponsor of the AQHA world championship shows.

“We consider it a great honor to partner with AQHA as its Official Shock Wave Therapy,” Zomedica CEO Larry Heaton said. “Zomedica and PulseVet share a commitment to providing the best possible care for horses at every level of training and competition, whether that be rehabbing from an injury or maintenance to stay at peak performance.”

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About AQHA

Founded in 1940, the American Quarter Horse Association is the largest equine breed registry in the world. With headquarters in Amarillo, Texas, AQHA has a membership of more than 230,000 people worldwide and has registered more than 6 million horses. To learn more about AQHA or to become a member, visit

About Zomedica

Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Zomedica (NYSE American:ZOM) is a veterinary health company creating products for companion animals by focusing on the unmet needs of clinical veterinarians. Zomedica’s product portfolio will include innovative diagnostics and medical devices that emphasize patient health and practice health. It is Zomedica’s mission to provide veterinarians the opportunity to increase productivity and grow revenue while better serving the animals in their care. For more information, visit

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