New Innovative Tool For Animal Care
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been used to promote weight loss and pain relief in humans for over 50 years. Now, veterinarians have the option to harness this innovative technology as an alternative treatment option to provide animals with notable pain relief.
The laser’s low levels of light penetrate animals’ bodies without intrusion to alter cellular functions, naturally reducing oxidative stress and encouraging cellular production of ATP. Unlike drugs and traditional surgery, Erchonia’s lasers for vets are entirely harmless to animals, causing no pain, scarring or adverse side effects. The animals remain awake throughout the procedure and experience no downtime — some of the many reasons why pain relief lasers are an ideal choice for any veterinarian looking to keep their patients as happy and healthy as possible.
This laser device is sold solely for Veterinary, Industrial, or Scientific purposes ONLY, do not use for human under any circumstances.
Throughout the years, researchers have explored many medical uses for low-level lasers, and many more are still being discovered and approved. Veterinarians currently use the innovative technology to reduce discomfort in animals from conditions such as:
Horse & dog owners have come to appreciate Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy because of its obvious results: a non-invasive and affordable way to improve mobility.
After just three treatments with the Erchonia Veterinarian Laser (EVL), pain relief already extends to three months or more. Each treatment takes less than 15 minutes!
The broad use of the device’s red and violet lasers make it ideal in treating a range of cases in dogs, cats, horses and exotic animals alike, making it suitable for any veterinary clinic
Benefits of the EVL
Selecting the best equipment for your clinic not only can make sure that you have better patient care, this decision can make you money from day one. We offer flexible plans that help to grow your business.
*As low as $99 depending on the device
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