At-Home Laser Therapy for Post Surgery Care
Proudly Manufactured in Canada
Dr. Tony Kremer DVM Recommends the Dog Med Laser to Accelerate
Post Surgery Wound Healing & Recovery for All Dogs
Healing faster without pain and adverse side effects will make your dog’s life more comfortable.
How can the Dog Med Laser help post-surgery healing?
- Dog Med Laser Therapy stimulates cells to multiply faster (mitosis) for a faster post-surgery wound closure, reducing the risk of infection often associated with opened wounds.
- Dog Med Laser Therapy reduces post-surgery inflammation.
- Dog Med Laser Therapy greatly reduces or eliminates post-surgery pain for up to 8 hours.
- Dog Med Laser red laser light will penetrate most wound dressings to reach the tissues and stimulate cells making the treatment easy.
- Always treat twice to three times a day until full wound closure and post-surgery recovery.
- Always treat before and after rehabilitation exercises.
- The same Dog Med Laser treatment method applies to all surgery wounds.
Study Title: Beyond the Laboratory, Into the Clinic: What Dogs with Disk Disease Have Taught Us About Photobiomodulation for Spinal Cord Injury
Author: Narda G. Robinson, DO, DVM, MS, FAAMA
Dog Med Laser Therapy treatments before and after rehabilitation exercises should cover the surgical area, along with all of the joints and spine, in order to:
- Stimulates cell energy production (ATP)
- Stimulates blood circulation and delivery of oxygen
- Stimulates and speeds up the healing processes
- Reduce wound pain
- Reduce rehabilitation exercise inflammation and pain
- Increases amplitude of movements
- Accelerate full recovery
Warning: After a single Dog Med Laser Therapy treatment, your pet may feel: reduced or zero pain, feel more energetic, and may want to do more than what is recommended by your veterinarian for the rehabilitation program.
Accelerate Post Surgery Recovery From Occurrences Such As:
We at Dog Med Laser recommend not using our laser therapy on dogs or cats with cancer and on post-cancer surgery wounds—even if you have read or heard that the therapy is being used on humans with cancer to treat mucositis and other radiation related conditions.