Between animal and human medicine, there is no dividing line—nor should there be.
More than 7,000 Low-Level Laser Therapy (photobiomodulation) clinical studies and research papers have been published and recorded in PubMed, the National Institutes of Health database. Human and animal clinical studies demonstrate the safety and efficacy of photobiomodulation to reduce inflammation, temporarily reduce or eliminate localized pain, and accelerate wound closure and bone healing.
Both humans and dogs suffer from joint disorders as they get older. Arthritis and osteoarthritis cause a loss of cartilage, joint inflammation, and pain. Hip and knee replacement surgeries provide relief, but are expensive when not covered by insurance.
Older dogs almost always develop spinal and joint osteoarthritis, causing a serious deterioration of their quality of life. Medications exist for reducing inflammation and pain, but it is universally recognized that they generate very serious negative side effects that affect the dog’s general heath condition.
Low-Level Laser Therapy (photobiomodulation) has been in use for decades to reduce inflammation and pain in humans, and it has been used for at least 10 years in veterinarians’ offices.
Dog Med Laser brings this technology to your home to help bring relief to your aging best friend and minimize the effects of age-related osteoarthritis.
As manufacturers of the Dog Med Laser, we stress the fact that daily applications are the best way to keep your older companion from unnecessary suffering. Daily applications of the Dog Med Laser onto affected areas have a cumulative effect and, as long as you keep up the daily routine, the degeneration of the cartilage will slow down and pain will be considerably reduced or eliminated.
Clinical Studies and Research Papers
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.