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Reduced spasm / Pain Relief / Increased circulation

Improved flexibility and function / Improved healing

Reduced symptoms associated with osteoarthritis

2.Anti-Pain (Analgesic)
3.Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth
4.Improved Vascular Activity
5.Increased Metabolic Activity
6.Trigger Points and Acupuncture Points
7.Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation
8.Improved Nerve Function
10.Faster Wound Healing

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Here are a list of conditions that have been successfully treated by Veterinarians with K-Laser Therapy

  • Arthritis 
  • Lick granulomas
  • Fractures
  • Post surgical
  • Acute & chronic otitis
  • Oral surgery/ extractions/ gingivitis/ stomatitis
  • Intervertebral disc disease
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Trauma
  • Cystitis
  • Sprains & strains
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Dermatitis/ hot spots
  • Feline asthma
  • Rhinits/sinusitis
  • Wounds
  • Bug/spider bites, snake bites
  • Acupuncture

What is K-Laser?

Class IV laser therapy does not treat conditions. Rather, it stimulates the body’s inherent healing mechanisms via a process called photobiomodulation or biostimulation.

Pet owners searching for pain management solutions for older pets had begun to seek non-pharmaceutical, non-surgical solutions. Class IV therapy lasers provided the solution with a simple three- to eight-minute non-invasive treatment.
Veterinary professionals and pet owners saw a positive response in one to four treatments

The science behind this light-based biostimulation has been researched for years, but most studies were in vitro and done with low-powered lasers needed for cell cultures. Class IV laser power provides the same therapeutic dose (4 to 10 J/cm2) but to a larger volume of patient tissue, and stimulates pain relief in deep joints and tissues of animals.

The American veterinary profession understood biostimulation and began looking beyond pain management.  Early adopters discovered accelerated wound healing responses for soft tissue, bone and infection. Many have seen dramatic post-surgical resolution for orthopedic and soft tissue surgical cases.