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Globus Veterinary laser therapy

Laser therapy
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Laser therapy is an instrumental physical therapy that uses laser radiation to facilitate healing processes.
It is painless and non-invasive and can be used in the treatment of various skin and musculoskeletal conditions in the event of inflammation, oedema and pain in dogs, cats and horses.
The advantages of veterinary laser therapy

Quick to apply

Easy to use

Non-toxic

Non-invasive

Painless

Rapid anti-inflammatory effect

Fast pain reduction

Rapid healing of skin injuries

Reduced intake of anti-inflammatory drugs

All the benefits of laser therapy

Therapeutic effects

Globus veterinary laser therapy guarantees high-level results while avoiding invasive interventions on animals.

The aim is to achieve a rapid effect in reducing injuries and pain.
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Biostimulant

Biostimulating activity promotes tissue repair and healing through increased supply of nutrients and oxygen, modulation of cell proliferation and differentiation, and activation of cell functions and modulation of the organisation of extracellular matrix proteins.

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Relieves pain

The analgesic effect of laser therapy develops through a combination of several factors. Laser therapy reduces the inflammatory component in the tissue, modulates the conduction of the pain stimulus, reduces muscle contracture and oedema and results in the removal of proinflammatory markers in the injured tissue.

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Anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema

The anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema effects are exerted through local modulation of biochemical markers, through a different tissue distribution of inflammatory cells, a reduction in oedema and haemorrhage formation, and through inhibition of the production of molecules with an inflammatory activity.

Treatment indications

  • Discopathies
  • Osteoarthritis/osteoarthrosis
  • Muscle contractures
  • Muscle strains
  • Muscle strains oedema
  • Trigger points
  • Tendinopathies
  • Licking granulomas
  • Bedsores
  • Skin wounds
  • Bruises/hematomas
  • Hygromas
  • Bursitis

  • Osteoarthritis/osteoarthrosis
  • Osteoperiostitis
  • Back pain
  • Naviculitis
  • Muscle contractures
  • Oedema/contusions
  • Muscle strains
  • Tendinitis
  • Laminitis
  • Skin wounds
  • Trigger points
  • Tendinopathies
  • Bursitis
Laser therapy applications
Video
Video tutorial on veterinary laser therapy
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GLOBUS VET laser therapy products
Laservet 1.0
Programmes

Specific for dogs, cats and horses

Emission

Continuous and pulsed

Compatible wavelength(s)

808nm

Peak power

1W ±20%

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Laservet 15.0
Programmes

Specifically for dogs, cats, horses, small mammals, reptiles and birds

Emission

Continuous and pulsed

Compatible wavelength(s)

808nm, 980nm and 1064nm (optional)

Peak power

15W ±20%

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Laservet 8.0
Programmes

Specifically for dogs, cats, horses, small mammals, reptiles and birds

Emission

Continuous and pulsed

Compatible wavelength(s)

808nm, 980nm and 1064nm (optional)

Peak power

8W ±20%

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Laservet 3.0
Programmes

Specifically for dogs, cats, horses, small mammals, reptiles and birds

Emission

Continuous and pulsed

Compatible wavelength(s)

808nm

Peak power

3W ±20%

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