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Published on Aug 9, 2010
The therapy laser radically increases circulation, which reduces pain and inflammation and also reduces pain by stimulating an endorphin release and radically excites the energy carrier in the cell (the ATP) to heal the cells in 1/3 to 1/2 the normal healing time. A laser only acts on abnormal cells and does nothing to normal cells so you cannot over treat a pet with a therapy laser.
Laser treatments are cumulative and one builds upon another. Generally, one treats a pet with a series of treatments for the best effect.
A therapy laser treats any inflammation, pain or acute trauma and any chronic conditions which cause pain, stiffness and resulting loss of mobility.
You may see radical improvement after one treatment but generally several treatments are required to gain the maximum effects especially for chronic conditions.