Soft Laser

Soft Laser Therapy

The VetLaser 3000 is a Class 3B soft laser that is ergonomically designed and performs to the highest of standards.  Available in all common wavelengths, the VetLaser 3000 is a reliable product suitable for use by owners, trainers as well as Vets to manage their animal’s injuries.

High performance animals such as racehorses and greyhounds race at fast paces placing strain on their muscles, tendons and ligaments during a race.  This is where soft laser therapy such as the VetLaser 3000 is ideal for treating musculoskeletal injuries as well as being affordably priced.

The VetLaser 3000 provides soft laser therapy treatment that is simple, straightforward and easy to operate.  Being lightweight in nature, the VetLaser 3000 soft laser is powerful enough to provide rapid pain relief and accelerated healing.

Continuous Wave and Pulsed Frequencies

Laserex designed and manufactured the VetLaser 3000 to come with both Continuous Wave as well as 7 Pulsed Nogier frequencies.  The Cluster head comes with 3 x Infrared laser diodes and 1 x visible aiming beam covering a wide area and is used for large muscle groups, whilst the Single head is ideal for treating acupuncture and trigger points in animals.

Clinically Proven

The VetLaser 3000 is available in clinically proven wavelengths eg 785nm, 808nm, 830nm and 904nm that penetrate deep into muscle tissue.  The unit is also available as an OEM product with your company name and logo etc.  Contact Laserex for further details.

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

This is sometimes referred to as Soft Laser or Cold Laser Therapy is a form of bio stimulation, involving applying coherent and monochromatic light to injuries, stimulating healing encouraging tissue repair and reducing pain whilst also regenerating nerves.

Coherent and Monochromatic Light

Other light sources eg LEDs have non-coherent light, the VetLaser 3000 uses GaAlAl laser diodes that are coherent and monochromatic with unique scientifically proven outcomes, in particular infrared wavelengths (785nm, 808nm, 830nm and 904nm ) as used by  the VetLaser 3000.