Does your dog suffer from arthritis just like "Bruno" the rottweiler?... Relieve their pain from the comfort of your home.
Our Pulse Laser can be used to administer veterinary treatments to your pet from the convenience of your home - no professional help needed. Just like humans, animals deal with arthritis, dermatological abnormalities, scarred tissue, wounds and muscle/joint pains. Injuries over an animal’s lifespan are inevitable especially as they age, making it in the owners best interest be prepared for such situations.
Using laser therapy to treat your pet’s condition can increase the rate of natural healing processes as our Pulse Laser uses photobiomodulation to promote blood flow to the affected area, speeding recovery and reducing pain and inflammation more effectively. Photobiomodulation refers to the use of red or near-infrared light to stimulate, heal, regenerate, and protect tissue at the cellular level that has been damaged or is degenerating. Laser therapy is non-invasive and for best results is to be applied directly onto the surface of the problem area.
Laser therapy administered by veterinarians has been a common practice for the last few decades but is known to cost hundreds per session and can be timely when upkeeping regular visits. Having a Pulse Laser at home that you can conveniently access whenever needed saves time, money and keeps you prepared for whatever situation you or your animal may face. The Pulse Laser’s compact and portable design means that the device can be easily transported whether that be around the house, on holidays, into a paddock or even to a competition. Our Easy-to-use one-touch operation makes this a very user-friendly device.
The Handy Pulse Laser is a class 1 laser meaning that it is safe to use and will not cause any burns or damage to skin or tissue. Additionally, the Pulse Laser does not produce any heat, noise or sensation. This means that your animal will not experience any discomfort or distress from this device’s treatments.
Benefits of the pulse laser on pets include but are not limited to:
• Easing arthritis pain
• Reducing inflammation
• Healing scarred tissue
• Aiding muscle and joint pains
• Assisting gum disease
• Mending open wounds
• Reducing dermatitis
• Increasing circulation
• Aid ligament or tendon injuries
“ The most visible results so far have been when there's been a little bit of visible swelling [on the horse] which has disappeared after 20 minutes of the laser! Mum has even used it on her own foot and she says that after using it twice her foot feels less painful and I can see that it's less swollen. We've both used it on the horses' backs too, when the muscles on the back have felt really tight and painful the day after using the laser their backs' have felt much better and a lot more normal. “
- Roosa’sHorseyLife Blog.
"I have used the laser to treat a subcutaneous cyst, with good result, and my husband is very happy with the laser's effect on his carpal tunnel and an ache in his knee. I have also used the laser to help heal a hip strain/pain in an elderly dog, which was very gratifying!"
"This is a handy little device - simple to use, effective and reasonably priced. Worth having in every home first aid kit."
"Really reasonable prices and results which is what really matters... I was very impressed by the results"