Laser Therapy

5 Features to Look for in a Class IV Laser Therapy System

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Laser therapy is arguably the most important veterinary breakthrough of the 21st century. By bringing more nutrients to afflicted cells and helping them metabolize those nutrients into energy more efficiently, laser therapy reduces pain, treats inflammation, and speeds up the healing process. Since they were first introduced in 2006, Class IV veterinary lasers have become more user-friendly, versatile, and effective.

Let’s take a look at five features that should be part of your next Class IV laser therapy system:

• Powerful Output
• Multi-Functional Handpiece and Therapy Heads
• Portable and Battery Operated
• Simple Implementation
• ***Easy-to-Access, Ongoing Training***

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4 Common Problems with Laser Therapy and How to Avoid Them

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Class IV laser therapy is one of the fastest growing modalities in the veterinary industry. A Jack of many trades, laser therapy can treat inflammation, reduce pain, and speed up the healing process. The technology is so versatile that 80% of veterinary patients could benefit from laser therapy.

A word of caution, a small mistake when calibrating or administering Class IV laser therapy could reduce the efficacy of treatment, or in extreme cases, injure the patient. You’ll need guidance to help you adjust the light intensity, wavelength, and pulse frequencies based on the unique characteristics of each patient and condition.

Let’s take a look at three common problems veterinarians encounter when administering laser therapy – and how to avoid them:

• Using the Wrong Laser Parameters
• Over-Stimulating Cancerous Cells
• Causing an Intra-Articular or Intramuscular Injection Site to Swell
• NOT using the laser enough

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4 Benefits of Investing in a Veterinary Laser Therapy System

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Class IV laser therapy is one of the fastest growing modalities in the veterinary profession. Multiple clinical studies have proven that laser therapy relieves pain and inflammation, stimulates nerve regeneration, speeds up healing, prevents scarring, and reduces swelling. Nearly 80% of veterinary patients can benefit from laser therapy.

Let’s take a look at four benefits of investing in a laser therapy system:

• Better Clinical Results
• Treat Patients in All Parts of Your Clinic
• Build a Reputation for Being on the Forefront of Veterinary Technology
• More Efficient Use of Your Time

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