Medical Therapeutic Lasers

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Laser Therapy Training Course for Vets, Vet Nurses and Practice Managers

A one-day course combining state of the art review seminars with hands-on practical instruction

What is Laser Therapy?

Class IV lasers deliver specific red and near infrared wavelengths of laser light to induce to induce a therapeutic effect within the patients’ body, including; increased circulation, decreased swelling and inflammation, reduction of pain and enhanced tissue repair.

Laser therapy is used for a wide range of applications, including; osteoarthritis, pain management, post-surgical rehabilitation, dental/stomatitis, acute and chronic wound healing and lameness.

This course is for educating vets, vet nurses and practice managers about
a new era of medical science – Class IV Medical Therapeutic Laser therapy
for enhanced rehabilitation of postsurgical joints and tendons, or medically
managed musculoskeletal problems and osteoarthritic joints. The course covers
the core science and practicalities of therapeutic laser usage.

Objectives

  • Understand the science behind Laser Therapy
    • Increased circulation and oxygenation
    • Decreased swelling and inflammation
    • Reduction in pain
    • Enhanced tissue repair
  • Appreciate the wide range of applications for the use of therapeutic lasers
    • Management of acute lameness
    • Pain management for chronic musculoskeletal conditions
    • Post-surgical rehabilitation
    • Stomatitis
    • Acute and chronic wound healing
    • Management of seromas
  • Identify the best way to introduce Laser Therapy into your practice
    • Potential financial returns
    • Marketing and promotional tips
    • Increased footfall
    • Improved outcomes
    • Happy patients and happy clients
  • Practical exercises - become familiar with how to use the laser to its' best effect

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