Horse Owners & Trainers

Cold Laser Therapy

Rapid Healing Properties

The rapid healing properties of the Laser 3000™ make the unit ideal for use as an equine laser. The unit penetrates deep into the muscle tissue, healing injured muscles, ligaments, strained muscles as well as arthritis and tendons. This makes the Laser 3000™ ideal for treating injured horses.

Horse owners & trainers seeking a reliable, portable Class 3B therapy unit that is handheld use the VetLaser 3000 whenever their prized possessions are injured after a race or performing at an equestrian event.

Weighing only 340g, the VetLaser 3000 can easily be transported in its rugged carry case to the track for fast and effective treatment as and when required.

Muscle Groups

Due to the large muscle groups found on horses, having an equine laser that covers a large area is exactly what the Laser 3000™ was designed for. The cluster head version of the Laser 3000™ contains 3 lasers (and one visible aiming beam), covering a large area. This enables one to treat injured horses quickly and effectively.


Customer Testimonials

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Positive Feedback

The excellent feedback received from customers using the Laser 3000™ to treat their horses proves the importance a product of this nature has for horse owners and trainers. Veterinarians can also use the Laser 3000™ as an equine laser to treat injured horses. The Laser 3000™ is also suitable for use by greyhound owners & trainers as a greyhound laser.

Rapid Recovery Times

The lightweight nature of the Laser 3000™ enables one to easily treat their injured horse, thus bringing about a speedy recovery. The Laser 3000 is a cold laser that is used to treat numerous pain conditions and injuries in horses. Why wait to take your horse to a vet or back to the stable to treat them when you can perform these effectively with the Laser 3000 horse laser yourself.

Laserex has an excellent book titled Laser Therapy and Acupuncture on Horses – Treatment Protocols. This book covers in detail treatment dosages. Contact Laserex for further information.

Whilst there are no harmful side effects associated with laser therapy, one should always consult a Veterinarian if there is concern over a horse’s injury.