Canine

Low Level Laser Therapy  works on the principle that every cell in the body responds to light, different cells being activated by different frequencies or different wave-lengths

Laser treatment being given to a dog

Laser Therapy  is used to stimulate cells that are working sub-optimally, as in an injured state, by the promotion of the body’s own
analgesic, vasodilatory and
anti-inflammatory responses.

When stimulated by Laser in this way, wound healing is accelerated thereby greatly enhancing recovery from accidental or post-surgical tissue trauma, soft tissue injuries, torn tendons, scarring or fractures  …

Cute dog eyesas well as being extremely effective in neutralising infection or where wounds are ‘non-healing’ by conventional veterinary practice.

The advantage of Laser Treatment is that since there is no drug involvement, in can be used in conjunction with conventional veterinary practice without interfering with any medicinal administration.

With regard to competitive animals the use of Laser Therapy is permissible  –  even on the day of competition.