Laser Therapy is non invasive,
effective and pleasurable
for the patients
The veterinary industry worldwide has experienced an exponential increase in demand
for quality care as animal owners are investing in more expensive and valuable animals.
As side effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) become a growing concern for
pet owners and are banned by some competition associations, horse/pet owners are requesting non-invasive,
non-pharmaceutical alternative therapies. Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is extremely effective and in many cases
more effective alternative to pharmaceuticals. Low Level Laser Therapy has been proven for over 30 years
in the treatment of humans.
As more studies conclude the effectiveness of LLLT, veterinarians are now realizing the
incredible benefits and advantages of using LLLT on their competition and companion patients.
PanMedica has doubled the number of training seminars over last year as more veterinarians
are adding non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical therapy to their practices.
How Cold Laser Therapy applied to Veterinary use
Veterinarians and private pet owners alike can use LLLT on their patients,
as it is FDA approved and easy to administer with proper training. Lasers DO NOT emit
X-rays nor do they produce the damage of x-rays. Cold lasers are light energy or photons that
possess the unique property of being able to penetrate as much as 4cm or more into tissue causing
an increase in cellular regeneration without any tissue damage.
The cold laser produces healing benefits to treated tissue and has been shown
in studies to increase healing by as much as 3x faster that conventional treatment procedures.
PanMedica provides protocols and can provide training and with each veterinary unit sold.
Cold laser therapy is safe and has been approved by the FDA.
Veterinary Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy
Therapeutic applications include treatment for:
- Pain Relief
- Reduce Swelling
- Control Inflammation & Speed Healing
- Acute Tissue DAmage & Open Wound Healing
- Arthritis Pain & Inflammation
- Lameness due to Joint Problems (Fetlock, Knee, Hock, Stifle), Arthritis, Nerve Damage, Tendon/Ligament Injury
- Bone Healing
- Acupuncture Points
- Sore Backs
- Enhanced Lymphatic Drainage
- Releases Tight Muscles
- Soft tissue injuries including strains & windpuffs
- Nerve Regeneration
- Musculoskeletal Pain & injuries
- Myofascial Pain
- Strengthening the immune system response