What is Dog Med Laser Therapy?
Dog Med Laser Therapy (a Low-Level Laser Therapy device) is a treatment that uses specific 635nm wavelengths of laser light to interact with body tissue in order to help accelerate the superficial healing processes. Dog Med Laser (a Low-Level Laser) emits photons to stimulate cells to perform specific tasks in the body, such as, reducing inflammation and edema, reducing or eliminating pain for a time, and speeding up wound closure. Inflammation reduction, post-Surgery healing and Pain management are the three prominent therapies proposed by the Dog Med Laser. In essence, the Dog Med Laser teaches wound cells to multiply faster, teaches nerve cells to stop the sensation of pain from reaching the brain and increases blood flow to reduce edema. The Dog Med Laser is the perfect alternative to risky anti-inflammatory medication.
Without Light, There is No Life
Visible and invisible light is composed of photons. Laser devices generate a beam of coherent monochromatic light by stimulated emission of photons from excited atoms or molecules. An example of the action of photons you may be familiar with is photosynthesis, the process by which plants use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water. Photosynthesis in plants generally involves the green pigment chlorophyll and generates oxygen as a byproduct.
The second example is tanning. The sun’s UV photons stimulate melanocytes (cells found in the layer of skin called the epidermis) to increase production of melanin (this is called melanogenesis) and, in turn, pigmentation.
As in nature, photons delivered by Low-Level Lasers stimulate the cells inside human and animal bodies to perform specific tasks, such as reducing or temporarily eliminating pain, reducing inflammation, and accelerating the multiplication of cells to close non-infected wounds faster.
Dog Med Laser Technical Certifications
Animal Photobiomodulation Therapy Laser Device
Dog Med Laser Facts
We are proud to have received the endorsement of Dr. Tony Kremer, founder of Kremer Veterinary Services.
Proudly Manufactured in Canada
Proudly Manufactured in Canada
Dog Med Laser Technical Tests and Certifications
(Tested and certified as a human laser)
CB Scheme (2018)
IEC 60601-1-2: 2014
Collateral standard: Electromagnetic compatibility – Requirements and tests
CISPR11 Test: Class B (Certification Home use)
IEC 60601-1-6: 3rd edition, 2010 + 2005
EN 60601-1-6: 2010
General requirements for basic safety and essential performance
IEC 60601-1-11: 2010
EN 60601-1-11: 2010
Collateral Standard: Requirements for medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems used in the home healthcare environment.
IEC 60825-1: (ed. 2) 2007
EN 60825-1: 2007
Class 2 laser. NO eye protection required for either humans or animals.
IEC 62366: (ed. 1) 2007
EN 62366: 2008
Application of usability engineering to medical devices
We are proud to have received the endorsement of
Dr. Tony Kremer, founder of helpsavepets.org humane society and founder of Kremer Veterinary Services.
Dog Med Laser Technology
Photobiomodulation is the strange scientific (and official) word for Low-Level Laser Therapy.
The use of this term is key, as it distinguishes Low-Level Laser photobiomodulation therapy, which is nonthermal (doesn’t generate heat), from the use of light-based thermal devices used for heating tissues using near-infrared (NIR) lamps.
Learn more about Photobiomodulation from Professor Michael R Hamblin PhD, lead investigator at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine / Massachusetts General Hospital, Professor at Harvard Medical School, the world top Photobiomodulation expert.
Dog Med Laser is a true nonthermal laser using 635 nm red beam superior quality laser diodes generating a power of 21.5 milliwatts per diode with frequencies for better results.
635 nm red beams have been in use since the late 1960s and have been proven over and over again to be the best wavelength to deliver cellular stimulation and trigger cellular communication in order to generate positive results for inflammation pain management and for acceleration of wound closure.
We at Dog Med Laser consider laser diodes to be the most efficient photon delivery medium to stimulate human or animal cells. Dog Med Laser diodes are expected to last many, many years, if used in a normal home environment.
Low-Level Photobiomodulation Lasers work by stimulating cells to do specific tasks. Cells are fragile organisms and coaxing them to do work a certain way is tricky.
Low-Level Laser photons’ delivery to the cells must respect a few principles in order to generate efficient results.
Dog Med Laser’s manufacturer is a member of the World Association of Laser Therapy (WALT).
Dog Med Laser Therapy, Backed by Scientific Research
8,000+ clinical studies have proven the efficacy of nonthermal Low-Level Lasers to deliver positive effects. Recognized institutions and publications have also vouched for the efficacy of Low-Level Lasers. These include the Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University, and MIT medical schools.
Dog Med Laser has selected a few abstracts to demonstrate that its claims are validated by the most respected Low-Level Laser researchers and practitioners in the field.