Low Level Laser Therapy
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT )or Cold Laser Therapy is used to increase blood circulation to damaged tissue, thus stimulating cells. Being a non-invasive procedure, Class 3B cold laser therapy penetrates deep into the muscle tissue healing wounds, without burning the skin as Class 4 lasers can.
For injuries, canine laser solutions include using Cold Lasers, like the VetLaser 3000 to treat, manage and heal injured muscles.
The VetLaser 3000 is used to treat dogs with soft tissue injuries in tendons as well as those with arthritis. Chronic pain is also alleviated with laser therapy, as well as musculoskeletal injuries.
Greyhounds for example, place enormous train on their muscles as they turn corners of the racetrack. This is where cold laser therapy like the VetLaser 3000 assist with sprains and strains that inevitably occur.
The Single Head VetLaser 3000 can be used to treat acupuncture points as well as for trigger point therapy. The head makes it simple to pinpoint and target the appropriate area.
With the Cluster Head VetLaser 3000, 3 infra-red laser beams penetrate into the injured area, whilst a Visible red 635nm laser beam helps guide the operator to the correct place to put the laser head.
The versatile nature of the VetLaser 3000 allows for more than one head to be used interchangeably onto the same handle.