Safe Laser: Safe Technology for Animals, Too
When it comes to our four-legged furry friends, we want the best medical care money can buy, as well. Through the miracle of Safe Laser, veterinary specialists can ensure their patients are kept as pain-free as possible with the shortest recovery time following any kind of treatment. This is precisely why more and more vets are turning to Safe Laser as an alternative method in their clinics.
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is a rapidly-growing adjunctive therapy in the companion animal practice sector because it is a non-invasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation – thus helping damaged tissue to repair. Further, LLLT can be used to treat dogs with arthritis, tendon or soft tissue injuries and to promote wound healing.
Whether an animal is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds or simply succumbing to the effects of the aging process, laser has been shown to provide relief and rapid healing. Perhaps best of all, the almost immediate relief of pain and reduction in inflammation allows pets to enter a comfortable and relaxed state.
In summary, lasers for veterinary use make sense because:
- It’s a safe technology for animals
- They help to reduce irritation for easier rehabilitation
- They focus on common problems to reduce inflammation and heal wounds
- They’re ideal for post-operative care
The Safe Laser devices can be used on their own or in conjunction with a pharmacological/surgical therapy on canines and other animals.
Horse injury - before and after treatment