Cold Laser Therapy For Dogs

My chiropractor uses this non invasive therapy on humans and dogs with great results.  It is also used on cats and horses.

“Veterinary cold Laser Therapy (VCLT) developed by William L. Inman DVM, CVCP, is the culmination of over twenty years of experience and application of healing technologies using a non-cutting or “cold” lasers on human beings and animals. This author has seldom seen a technology as valuable and inspiring, as this particular technology appears to be. Suffice to say you are witnessing the emergence of a completely new age in healing and certainly a total paradigm shift in veterinary health care.”

Veterinary treatment protocols that are used consistently:

Arthritis

Neuropathy

Lymphatic Drainage

Immunity

Liver Detox

Acute Pain

Allergies (specific or general)

Infections

Disease Specific Canine Protocols

 1.      Canine Hip Dysplasia Syndrome

2.      Canine Idiopathic Epilepsy

3.      Chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease

4.      Cushing’s Disease

5.      Canine Wobbler’s Disease

6.      Hypothyroid

7.      Progressive Degenerative Myelopathy

8.      Urinary Incontinence

                Plus many others 

Here is more info:

http://www.vomtech.com/vetcoldlaser.html

And here:

http://www.vetinfo.com/cold-laser-therapy-for-dogs.html

“Cold laser therapy is used to treat multiple ailments and injuries and is also beneficial to dogs recovering from surgery. The treatment is particularly useful for dogs that have a painful condition or injury.”

Treatable ailments include:

  • Joint injuries
  • Ligament or tendon injuries
  • Bone fractures
  • Muscle sprains or strains
  • Skin lesions or abrasions
  • Haematoma (swelling of blood in body tissue)
  • Post-trauma wounds
  • Post-surgical wounds
  • Arthtritis
  • Musculoskeletal diseases
  • Nerve injury

Patty

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