Cold laser technology is becoming generally accepted, and health practitioners are using it on a daily basis. Cold lasers are now being used to heal a wide range of nerve, muscle,and joint conditions for animals and humans. Painful arthritis in a joint, or tendonitis can be treated in a non-invasive way with low level laser therapy.
More than 56 million human patients suffer from acute and chronic pain in the U.S. In the not too distant past, this situation was managed with toxic drugs. Cold laser is the only technology proven to eliminate pain, reduce inflammation and accelerate tissue healing through three independent cellular pathways.
Cold laser use has been proven extremely safe and effective (> 90% efficacy) in blinded, randomized, controlled clinical studies.
Animals tolerate cold laser therapy very well. There is no need for sedation. It is fairly quick, and owners can be present. It is also very useful for post-surgery healing, reducing the inflammation in an incision before the patient even wakes up.