Cold Laser Therapy

VetLaser 3000 – Australian Made Cold Laser Therapy Unit

Cold laser therapy equipment is becoming widely accepted within the Veterinary community as one of the best therapeutic tools used to treat injured animals.  Cold Laser therapy often referred to Low Level Laser Therapy is widely used by those requiring safe and speedy results and is drug-free.

The VetLaser 3000 was designed for both the Professional Veterinarian as well as owner or trainer who requires a portable, Class 3B Cold Laser that is designed to perform to the highest of standards.

Cold Laser Therapy has been used since the 1960s and has proven itself time and time again to be the most effective form of treatment when it comes to soft tissue injuries in muscles, tendons and ligaments as found in horses, cats and dogs as well as other animals.

World-Wide Studies

With over 2,500 studies published world-wide by Universities and research institutes in peer reviewed journals, veterinary lasers are now accepted as a vital treatment modality for the Vet, owner or trainer who cares for the health of their animal.

Class 3B Cold Laser Therapy is one of the most safest, effective treatment method available that delivers rapid results healing damaged cells whilst being drug-free.

Veterinary lasers are:

  • Safe, effective & easy to use
  • Drug free form of treatment
  • Non-invasive
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Rapidly reduces pain
  • Speeds Recovery time

Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy

A veterinary cold laser such as the Laser 3000 enables users to effectively treat injured numerous injuries:

  • Arthritis
  • Sores and wounds
  • Soft tissue injuries – sprains and strains
  • Severe inflammation
  • Back and Muscle pain
  • Bone Fractures
  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Tendinitis
  • Hock and fetlock injuries

Veterinary cold laser therapy (often referred to as Photobiomodulation) involves Class 3B lasers, such as the Laser 3000, with output powers of <500mW being used to treat injured tendons, muscles and ligaments as well as many other conditions suffered by horses, dogs as well as other animals.

Treatment Protocols

The protocols ensure a rapid response to cold laser treatment, with treatment dosages taking a few minutes to administer and are safe and easy to perform.


With a range of single and cluster heads along with different wavelengths eg 785nm808nm, 904nm 830nm, the Laser 3000 is the ideal cold veterinary laser to use to effectively manage your animal’s injuries, without the need for drugs with potentially harmful side –effects.

Cold Lasers

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