HPLT for the Veterinary Surgeon
Laser therapy has been in use by doctors and physiotherapists since 1970. More and more studies are now readily available showing evidence that supports the benefits of High Powered Laser Treatment for animals (see research). Due to its non-invasive approach and amazing results, laser treatment is becoming adopted by more and more vets as a standard part of their treatment package. We have known for a long time that light can make positive contribution to healing, just think of the positive influence of sunlight on many processes. Our High Power Laser penetrates deep into all tissues and therefore its’ applications are very extensive.
There are many indications that can be successfully treated. To give you an idea of the applicability of laser treatment to animal injury or complaints here are some examples: abscesses, anal glad infections, arthrosis, cystitus, chronic gingivitis stomatitis complex, fractures, infected wounds, gingivitis, hotspots, lumbosacral instability, gastrointestinal complaints, sneezing disease, ear infection, othematomas, tendon damage, muscle damage, gum disease, thrombosis vena cava, general bites/wounds, operation after care etc.
Using a laser to treat peridontal disease in a dog. The dog now needs no antibiotics because the laser immediately sterilizes the tooth pockets.
Sterilization of a cat. Because the laser runs through the fallopian tube and immediately closes the blood vessels, a leaking ligature is prevented.
A hotspot treatment on a New Foundlander.
Removal of granuloom from the mouth of a cat by Dutch vet Jacqueline Rijnders from DAP Soestdijkerstraatweg in Hilversum, The Netherlands.
Removal of a tumor on the head of a cat by Dutch vet Jacqueline Rijnders from DAP Soestdijkerstraatweg in Hilversum, The Netherlands.
Removal of a sarcroid from the ear of a horse by equine vet Marco Landman, The Netherlands.
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