• Laser Therapy

    Laser therapy uses electromagnetic energy interacting chemically and biologically with tissue to produce “photo-bio-stimulation” or “photo-bio- modulation”. Laser Therapy has been widely in use in the United States extensively since 2002 and has been cleared by the FDA.

    Studies show Laser Therapy Helps With:

    Pain
    Increasing Range of Motion
    Reducing Swelling
    Osteoarthritis
    Joint Pain
    Tendon Injuries
    Ligament Sprains
    Muscle Strains
    Puncture Wounds
    Post-Traumatic Injury
    Post Surgical Pain
    Hip Dysplasia
    Chronic Wounds
    Rehabilitation
    Post Surgical Recovery
    Hot Spots / Skin Disorders




    Comfortable and no hurts

    It reduces pain and inflammation, and accelerates healing, all in a non-invasive and non-pharmacological way. There is no anesthetization, sedation or restraint required and the experience is usually pleasant and comforting to your pet. There is little or no feeling during treatment. Occasionally the animal feels mild soothing warmth or tingling. Areas of pain or inflammation may be sensitive briefly before pain reduction.

    Proven Scientifically

    There are thousands of published papers and case studies demonstrating the clinical effectiveness of Laser Therapy. Among these are more than hundreds rigorously controlled scientific studies that document the effectiveness of
laser for many clinical conditions. During Laser Therapy the infrared laser light interacts with tissues at cellular level, and metabolic activity increases within the cell, improving the transport of nutrients across the cell membrane. This initiates the increased production of cellular energy(ATP) that leads to a cascade of beneficial effects, increasing cellular function and health.

    No Side Effects or Risk

    Many practices incorporate the use of Class IV laser therapy into routine protocols after surgery and dental procedures to reduce post-procedure pain and inflammation. During the 20+ years of use by healthcare providers world-wide, few have been reported. Occasionally old injuries or pain syndromes may feel aggravated for a few days as the healing response is more active after treatment.

    Treatment Plan

    The typical treatment is 3 to 9 minutes, depending on the size of the area being treated. The number of treatments and frequency of treatments is dependent upon the condition being treated. For some acute conditions 1-3 treatments given daily may be sufficient. Those that are more chronic in nature may require 5-8 (or more) treatments given 2 to 3 times a week. Some may require on going periodic care to control pain.

    Results Can Be Felt

    Your pet may feel improvement after the first treatment. Often the pet will exhibit renewed energy and freedom of movement. Sometimes they will not feel improvement for a number of treatments. This does not mean that nothing is happening. Each treatment is Cumulative and results are often felt and seen after 3 or 4 sessions.

    Work With Other Treatments

    Laser Therapy is often used with other forms of therapy, including chiropractic adjustments, massage, soft tissue mobilization, electrotherapy, acupressure and after surgeries. Other healing modalities are complementary and can be used with laser to increase the effectiveness of a treatment and over all wellness of your pet.
    Related Products:
    Mercury  / 810nm / 980nm / 15 Watts Max
    Saturn  / 810nm / 980nm / 30 Watts Max

  • Small Animal

    Biopsy
    Bulla Osteotomy
    Ear Canal Ablation
    Epulis Removal
    Gingival Hyperplasia
    Gingivectomy/Plasty
    Laryngeal Granuloma
    Laryngeal Scar Removal
    Laryngeal Web Revision
    Lymphocytic Plasmacytic Stomatitis
    Oral, Ear, Nose & Throat
    Tonsillectomy

    Opthalmology

    Conjunctiva Treatment
    Distichia, Ectopic Cilia
    Entropion
    Eyelid Tumor Removal
    Hemangioma Removal
    Mast Cell Tumors
    Squamous Cell Carcinoma Removal

    Surgery and General Surgery

    Acral Lick Granuloma Ablation
    Anal Sac Abcessation
    Castration
    Ceruminous Adenocarcinoma
    Chronic Ulcer Debridement and Sterilization
    Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture – Debridement
    Cutaneous Masses – Tags, Inclusion Cysts, Papillomas
    Declaw
    Deep Mass Removal
    Epibulbar Melanoma
    Fibrosarcoma
    Graft Bed Preparation – Infected Wounds
    Granulation Tissue Shaving
    Hemangiopericyoma
    Hemostasis

    Equine

    Ablation of Penile and Cervical Lesions
    Entrapped Epiglottis Procedure
    Ethmoid Hematoma
    Gutteral Pouch Membrane Ablation

    Avian and Exotic

    Adrenal Gland Removal (Ferret)
    Anal Sack Removal
    Avian Pox Lesion Removal
    Bumblefoot
    Canthoplasty for Lid Deformities
    Castration
    Cesearian Section
    Constricted Toe Syndrome
    Diptheroid Membrane Obstructing Choanal Opening (Vitamin A Deficient)
    Eyelid Polyp Removal
    Fibrosarcoma (Avian) Removal




    Less Pain

    The laser seals lymphatics and nerve endings as it cuts, resulting in less edema and pain that leads to a more comfortable post-operative recovery.

    Quicker recovery time

    Reduced risk of infection, less bleeding, less swelling, and less pain often allow the patient a more rapid return to normal activities

    Reduced Infection

    As the laser beam penetrates the incision site, the locally increased surface temperature effectively eliminates existing microorganisms, resulting in a sterile surgical environment.

    Mercury  / 810nm / 980nm / 15 Watts Max
    Saturn  / 810nm / 980nm / 30 Watts Max