Canine Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy for Injured Dogs

The VetLaser 3000 is used to treat injured dogs either with a Single Head (ideal for acupuncture and trigger points) as well as a Cluster Head for large muscle groups.  Cold laser therapy (often referred to as Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) or Soft Laser Therapy).

As dogs age, they often suffer from aches and pains causing discomfort.  It is often the case that the dog has limited movement and mobility. This is where a cold laser such as the VetLaser 3000 comes into play.

With high powered Class 3B units available to 450mW (808nm Cluster Head), the VetLaser 3000 allows one to manage the injuries suffered by their prized performers as rapidly and efficiently as possible.

Cold Lasers are used in Canine Laser Therapy applications world-wide for their safe and effective treatments of common injuries and ailments.

Veterinary Laser Therapy

Greyhounds suffer from many injures due to the forces exerted onto their bodies during races.  The VetLaser 3000 with a high powered Class 3B laser has  the specifications and performance criteria required to effectively treat all common ailments and injuries suffered by greyhounds whilst racing.

LLLT lasers penetrate deep into the  muscle tissue, providing rapid pain relief and healing, without the need for drugs that can have harmful side-effects.  The VetLaser 3000 is a safe, easy to use product that can be used effectively by owners, trainers and vets.

As technology advances, people are more than ever using cold laser therapy units to treat their injured dogs.  Veterinary laser therapy has advanced over recent years as the technology evolves providing a safe, reliable and effective method of treating common injuries in dogs.

Canine Laser Therapy can be used to treat:

  • Tendon and ligament injuries
  • Muscle strains
  • Fractures
  • Injured joints
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Back Pain

And many more…

The VetLaser 3000 uses light to invigorate damaged cells who in turn produce energy. This results in an increase in cellular function, allowing for the rapid production of new cells.

The subsequent new cellular activity results in:

  • Reduction in inflammation
  • Reduction in swelling
  • Release of endorphins
  • Reducing chronic pain
  • Rapid healing properties
  • Increases blood circulation