EXOTICS

 

Burmese Python
This 9 foot female had recently undergone surgery to remove a batch of infected eggs.  However the infection had spread throughout her body, she was not eating, losing weight and, as you can see, also losing her skin patternation.


 

 

 

This is her two weeks after the application of Low Level Laser Therapy

 

 

 

Serotine Bat
Bats are often caught and their delicate wing membranes torn

This is a tiny bat was treated with LLLT to strengthen the wing repair and help the tissue to regain some of its original elasticity

 

Burmese Python

LLLT being applied after a foreign body had been removed

Madagascan Ground Boa

Infection had entered through a surgical wound on the belly  –  evidenced by the inflammed colouration through the skin

Two weeks post LLLT, infection gone and wound healing well

 

 

 

 

 

Ousterlet’s Chameleon  (Furcifer Oustaleti)
This little chap had an on-going infection in his lower jaw, which started to be ejected by his body after Laser Therapy
           Before  Treatment 

 

 

 

 

      After two weeks

 

 

 

 

 

Veterinary approval is sought prior to any
animal treatment

 

Call to discuss
07712 778378
info@lightworksclinic.co.uk

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Equine   Canine   Exotics   and   Avian