Rectal Tumor / Retinal Degeneration
Rectal Tumor & Retinal DegenerationOn March 5, 2008, Kimmi had surgery to remove a fatty tissue mass the size of a ping-pong ball. The surgery required a 4 inch cut on her right hip and about 3 weeks of recovery.
Later in March 2008, a subsequent fatty tissue appeared on her left hip. At that time, Kimmi was referred to Dr. Yoza by our daughter, Sandi.
April 2, 2008 was Kimmi’s first appointment with Dr. Yoza. After only 2 treatments, the fatty tissue disappeared.
In december 2008, a tumor began to grow in Kimmi’s rectal area. Kimmi’s veterinarian prescribed medications which were not successful in minimizing and eliminating the lump. Subsequently, the veterinarian recommended surgery. Instead of having surgery, we asked Dr. Yoza to treat Kimmi. After 2 months of continuous treatments, the lump disappeared. We are glad that Dr Yoza helped Kimmi and surgery was not needed. We didn’t have to worry about post-surgery trauma, complications, and after-effects that many sensitive surgeries can cause animals to suffer with, even afer removal of lumps.
Toward the end of December 2008, Kimmi suddenly began to show symptoms of blindness by walking into walls and objects. In the last week of January 2009, an eye specialist diagnosed Kimmi with retina degeneration, an irreversible disease. The specialist guessed Kimmi would have partial sight for only 2 more months before losing 100% of her sight. However, Dr Yoza began treatment on December 31, 2008, and within 2 months, Kimmi’s degeneration began to reverse. Today, Kimmi does not show any symptoms of blindness.
Our family is so appreciative for the treatments from Dr. Yoza to Kimmi! Initially, treatments with Dr. Yoza cost us only a fraction compared to the surgery option. We know our family’s health is in good hands with Dr. Yoza!
Thank you Dr. Yoza