Equine Cold Laser Therapy LLLT – How to use a cold laser on horses Here are a few of the most commonly ask questions we get at Brandenburg Equine: Will cold laser treatments help with partially torn ligaments? Cold laser therapy treatments help promote healing as well as reduce inflammation, which causes pain. Cold laser therapy can promote tissue regeneration, wound healing and muscle recovery; reduce inflammation and relieve pain; and stimulate the growth of new blood vessels. LLLT is used in injury rehabilitation – and specifically for joint damage – due to its anti-inflammatory and pain relief properties. Can cold laser therapy treatments help with founder? Cold laser treatments can help reduce the inflammation caused by founder, which will help alleviate some of the pain associated with founder. LLLT treatments also help increase circulation and stimulate cell growth. Which is better the pulse or the constant on? We have found that the Pulse setting is best for arthritic or old/chronic injuries while the Continuous mode is for fresh, acute injuries. Would cold laser treatments help navicular? We have used the cold laser on a navicular horse. It can help to reduce the inflammation caused by the Navicular. Inflammation causes pain so cold laser treatments can help alleviate some pain. But LLLT will not fix the root cause(s). Purchase your handheld cold laser therapy device today!

Cold Laser therapy for equines has the benefits of traditional pain
relief methods but without many of the drawbacks associated with
alternative forms of equine pain relief and wound care. If you are
looking for general FAQ’s on the Cold Laser checkout this article.

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