Laser Therapy for Chronic Pain: The Ultimate Solution for a Hassle-Free Home Care Routine

Pets are living longer - and with this longer life expectancy comes a larger population of aging patients and a greater need for better chronic pain management options (1). Two-prong treatment strategies involving a combination of in-office and at-home care are ideal so that patients can get relief in between appointments - but client compliance often prevents patients from getting the complete care they need.

In this webinar, learn how laser therapy can help patients get more comprehensive chronic pain relief by making it easy for practices and pet owners to provide hassle-free treatments. Deb Toracca discusses how to effectively manage chronic pain using a combination of in-office and at-home laser therapy for a well-rounded approach that patients respond to and clients love!

Key talking points include:

  • Case reports featuring multimodal treatment strategies for chronic pain patients
  • Benefits of laser therapy for chronic pain management, including current research findings
  • Recommendations for incorporating laser therapy into a comprehensive pain management plan

1. https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN11J25C/

May 21, 2024 | 1 pm ET

Shattering Preconceptions: 5 Unexpected Insights of Veterinary Laser Therapy

With the wealth of information related to veterinary laser therapy (or photobiomodulation therapy) now available, sorting facts from fiction can be challenging. From questions about efficacy to concerns about safety, there are many laser therapy misconceptions currently held by novices and regular users alike.

We address 5 of the most common misconceptions in this free webinar. A panel of laser therapy experts share their combined 60+ years of experience with laser therapy to help attendees understand the real role it plays in everyday veterinary practice.

Key talking points include:

  • Principles of photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy and applications in veterinary medicine
  • 5 common laser therapy misconceptions, including effectiveness, safety, and cost
  • How updated technology is changing the way we think about treatment principles and protocols
  • Strategies for choosing the right tool for the job to achieve maximum benefits from in-clinic to at-home lasers
  • Best practices for integrating PBM into practice, including billing guidelines
April 23, 2024 | 1 pm ET

Shining a Light on Canine Brain Disorders: Transcranial Photobiomodulation

Comprised of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves, the canine nervous system is extremely complex. This complexity often makes treating neurologic disorders challenging. New research indicates that photobiomodulation, a tool traditionally used for musculoskeletal and wound healing applications, may be useful in managing certain neurological issues. 

In this free webinar, Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, CTCVMP, CCRP, DACVIM (Neurology), DACVS, discusses his recent research on transcranial photobiomodulation therapy (tPBMT) and its advantages for canine brain disorders. Dr. Dewey explains which disorders are likely to benefit most from tPBMT and shares current dosage and treatment guidelines. 

Key topics include:

  • Canine brain disorders that could benefit from tPBMT
  • Review of Canine Cognitive Dysfunction research
  • Appropriate dosage and treatment frequency
March 26, 2024

The Power of Blue Light: Unleashing Potency Against Multidrug-Resistant Organisms (MDROs)

Antibiotic resistance is a large problem in veterinary medicine. Given that veterinary medicine is thought to be responsible for half of all antimicrobial use1, veterinary professionals are poised to play a pivotal role in preserving this critical treatment option for future use by exploring alternative options now. 

One promising option for combatting MDROs is the application of blue light. Laser and/or light therapy has been used for decades in veterinary medicine for healing, pain relief, and improved mobility - but blue light is particularly well-suited for wound management and infection control.

In this free webinar, join Dr. Iker Asteinza to learn about the emerging role of blue light and its advantages in the battle against MDROs. Dr. Asteinza will review current challenges with treating infections caused by MRDOs and discuss how blue light can help.

Key talking points include:

  • Analyze current challenges and emphasize the need for treating infections caused by MDROs with innovative approaches and emerging technologies.
  • Introduction to blue light technology, highlighting its safety, efficacy, and applications in medical settings.
  • Explain the mechanism of action of the blue light against bacterias and the unique benefits it offers compared to other treatments.
  • Integration of blue light protocols in daily medical practice, both in hospital settings and other healthcare environments.
February 27, 2024

Illuminating Intervertebral Disc Disease: A Multimodal Approach to Diagnosis, Treatment, and Monitoring

Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) is a degenerative spinal disorder common in certain dog breeds. Associated with debilitating pain and significantly impaired movement, this disease greatly diminishes quality of life in affected patients. With no cure, early detection and treatment are key to effective disease management.

In this free webinar, Dr. Torraca explores a multimodal approach to diagnosing and managing IVDD patients. Attendees will learn how to use infrared thermal imaging to proactively detect thermal abnormalities consistent with IVDD. Dr. Torraca then shares how to use these findings to guide diagnostics, and increase client compliance with recommended tests, for earlier detection. Dr. Torraca also shares conservative and surgical treatment approaches (for both upper and lower motor neuron cases) with a focus on laser therapy as an effective, non-invasive option for reducing pain and improving mobility.

Learning objectives include:

  • Symptoms, diagnosis, and impact of IVDD
  • Using thermal imaging to proactively screen for IVDD (and other neurologic conditions)
  • Surgical intervention cost and recovery considerations
  • Advantages of laser therapy and which photoceutical device to use
  • Multimodal approaches to assist both upper and lower motor neuron IVDD cases
  • Maximizing treatment benefits with at-home care plans
January 25, 2024

Laser Therapy: A New Paradigm in Veterinary Medicine

Laser therapy, also known as photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT), has transformed patient care in veterinary medicine for more than a decade. With a broad range of clinical applications, this non-invasive, drug-free modality is used for pain management, wound healing, inflammation reduction, and much more.

In this on-demand webinar, Ronald J. Riegel, DVM explores the fundamental mechanisms and applications of veterinary laser therapy. Attendees will learn about the concept of “photoceuticals” and how to customize treatments for individual patients, considering factors like wavelength and treatment duration. Dr. Riegel also discusses the future of laser therapy through emerging trends and research.

Key Talking Points Will Include:

  • Basic concepts and mechanisms of laser therapy
  • Defining photoceuticals and how to use light as medicine to customize individual treatments
  • Emerging trends, applications, and research in the field
December 12, 2023 | 1 pm ET

Take-Home Laser Therapy: Enhance Outcomes, Improve Compliance, and Generate Revenue

Laser therapy has long been used in veterinary practice to provide pain relief and facilitate tissue healing. Chronic or stubborn conditions requiring multiple treatments over days or weeks make compliance a challenge. Take-home laser therapy, which can be prescribed by the veterinarian for at-home use, provides an opportunity to conveniently increase patient compliance for suggested treatment recommendations, all while generating passive revenue for the practice.

In this free webinar, Debbie (Gross) Torraca, DPT, MSPT, CCRP, CCMT, Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Emeritus discusses how to integrate take-home laser therapy into your treatment protocols to enhance outcomes, improve compliance, and generate revenue. She reviews applications, how to identify good candidates, and treatment protocols. Dr. Torraca also discusses implementation strategies, including billing best practices and pet insurance reimbursement.

Key Talking Points

  • When and how to use take-home laser therapy
  • How to implement at-home laser therapy into your practice
  • Best practices for billing and handling, including pet insurance reimbursement
November 14, 2023

Understanding Muscle Atrophy: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions

Muscle atrophy refers to the gradual weakening or degeneration of an animal’s muscle tissues that primarily affects hind limbs. Most often caused by advancing age and insufficient physical activity, general practitioners and rehab specialists can leverage modalities such as laser therapy to improve muscle strength and mobility. 

In this free webinar, Ana Cantu, DVM, CCRP, Dipl. explores muscle atrophy management. Dr. Cantu covers preventive strategies, how to decide when treatment is required, and the effective use of physical techniques to address this issue. She also shares laser therapy protocols designed to improve quality of life in these patients. 

Key Talking Points:

  • Defining muscle atrophy and its stages
  • Importance of prevention and early intervention in improving quality of life
  • Implementing modalities to improve outcomes, including laser therapy
October 26, 2023

Mastering Pain Management: A Comprehensive Approach to Target, Treat, and Track Both Simple and Complex Pain

Hidden pet pain has been commonly referred to as the ‘secret pandemic.’ Pain is expected and usually recognized in older animals, but often goes undiagnosed in younger animals. Why do we miss pain in younger patients? The signs are often mistaken for behavioral issues, but if we dig deeper, pain often plays a role.

In this free webinar, Debbie (Gross) Torraca, DPT, MSPT, CCRP, CCMT, Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Emeritus shares how to develop a complete, non-invasive pain management diagnostic and treatment system for patients of all ages. Dr. Torraca discusses how to combine thermal screenings, diagnostic imaging, and laser therapy to identify potential problem areas, hone in on a firm diagnosis, deliver targeted treatments, and objectively track treatment progress.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the impact of pain and proactively recognize it in your patients
  • Learn how to screen for and monitor pain with thermal imaging
  • Hands-on techniques for proactively identifying pain
  • Learn how to manage pain using photobiomodulation and other modalities
  • Explore at-home pain treatment programs for long-lasting relief
September 19, 2023

Investing in Care: Maximizing Your Veterinary Practice's Potential with New Equipment and Services

The competitive landscape of veterinary practice has changed dramatically over the last decade. There are more practices, increased specialization of services, and challenges attracting and retaining staff. Veterinarians can no longer depend on price increases to drive growth. It is time to think outside the box and make your practice more competitive by providing services clients are searching for with new technology.

In this webinar, Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR explores options for expanding your services, including finding a niche that will set your practice apart. She will review the business planning process, how to perform a cost analysis, tips for pricing development, team training, and marketing tactics needed to implement new services.

Key Talking Points Include:

  • How to add services to sustain practice growth
  • Analyzing current service options, assessing the competition, and capitalizing on capabilities and passions
  • Equipment considerations to support the hospital's strategic plan
  • Non-tangible assets such as emotional ownership and team member retention

Photoceuticals 101: Using Light as Medicine

Therapeutic lasers are a well-established modality, but many veterinary professionals do not yet fully understand the underlying science. In this free webinar, Shauna Cantwell, DVM, MVSc, Diplomate ACVAA, CVA, CVSMT, explores the concept of photoceuticals and how to use light as medicine to address acute inflammation, treat chronic pain, improve range of motion, and more.

Whether you are new to laser therapy or just need a quick refresher, Dr. Cantwell explains the fundamentals of this modality to help you optimize patient outcomes. Additionally, she will share tips and tricks from her real-world clinical cases.

Key Talking Points Include:

  • Defining photoceuticals: light as medicine
  • Mechanisms of action: wavelengths, dose, frequency and more
  • Review of real-world clinical cases

Advancements in the Treatment of Degenerative Myelopathy

Cornell University defines degenerative myelopathy (DM) as “a disease that affects the spinal cord in dogs, causing progressive muscle weakness and loss of coordination.” Common in breeds like German shepherds, boxers, Bernese mountain dogs and others, this debilitating disease currently has no cure. New treatment options are available, however, to help manage effects and improve quality of life.

In this webinar, Dr. Debbie (Gross) Torraca examines the multimodal management of DM, including laser therapy, core strengthening, therapeutic exercise, functional activities, and ongoing assessment using quality of life measures. Focusing on recent advancements in laser therapy, Dr. Torraca also shares new treatment protocols designed to prolong function in dogs with DM.

Key Talking Points:

  • Review of degenerative myelopathy: causes, symptoms, and current treatment options
  • How to incorporate multiple modalities for optimal outcomes
  • New laser therapy protocols to help prolong the quality of life of dogs with DM

The Role of Power in Photoceutical Devices: When to Reach for a Class 4 Laser

When is the right time to use a high-powered class 4 laser device? Whether you are new to class 4 laser technology or a seasoned professional, this webinar shares clinical insight for achieving better patient outcomes. Iker Asteinza, DVM, MSc, Dipl. reviews the concept of a “photoceutical” and shares which device parameters will optimize dose and outcomes based on your patient's needs.

This webinar focuses on the specifications and applications of class 4 laser photoceuticals in a complete laser therapy approach to care. Class 4 laser technology is not new, but our understanding of its place in a laser-based approach to care has evolved.

Dr. Asteinza discusses practical considerations when adding high-powered laser therapy into your existing photoceutical protocols:

  • High intensity laser therapy: what is new, and where should we use it?
  • Why would we use a different photoceutical at each stage of care to produce better outcomes?
  • Recommended clinical application for each type of photoceutical device
  • Advances and advantages of implementing high intensity laser technology

Enhancing Quality of Life by Combining Laser Therapy and Rehabilitation

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Physiotherapy has come to the forefront as a critical service in veterinary practice. Did you know that photoceuticals can play a key role in veterinary physical therapy?

In this presentation, Ana Cantu, DVM, CCRP, Dipl., examines ways to approach patients with physical limitations and discuss the multimodal treatments she leverages when developing a physical therapy plan of care. She reviews several clinical cases to illustrate real-world applications of the tools available, and how to implement them into your practice.

Key Talking Points:

  • Statistics about physiotherapy in veterinary medicine
  • Different modalities available to veterinarians and pet owners
  • Benefits of multimodal treatments in our patients
  • Uses of photoceuticals beyond the post-surgical applications
  • Clinical cases and the 3 stages of rehabilitation programs

Innovative Proactive Care for Senior Pets: Medical Thermal Imaging and Photoceutical Use in the Geriatric Dog

As pets age their owners often misinterpret the day-to-day signs of chronic age-related pain. What pet owners do notice is their pet(s) slowing down and this is often attributed to a normal process of aging. Encouraging pet owners to visit their veterinarian’s office is the first step in offering proactive care and encouraging their involvement with home care.

Tune in to hear Curtis W. Dewey DVM, MS, CTCVMP, CCRP, DACVIM (Neurology), DACVS, present the use of medical thermal imaging to screen and visually communicate the unspoken pain of many aging pets. The clinic to home approach to photoceutical care can provide a long-term solution for pain in senior pets.

Key Takeaways:

  • What is medical thermal imaging and can we screen for pain in geriatric pets?
  • Tips for capturing high quality images and how to read them.
  • The basics of photoceutical (laser) therapy, mechanisms of action, how to prescribe and deliver treatment, based on the symptoms of your geriatric patient.
  • Advantages of combining thermal imaging and photoceutical care for aging pets.

The Value of Thermal Mitigation in Photobiomodulation

Over the years, laser therapy has offered tremendous clinical value based on the ability to deliver therapeutic doses of light to tissue at clinically relevant depths. In the past, it was challenging to deliver high doses of light with high power laser therapy systems while mitigating the thermal effect on tissue--until now.

Multi Radiance Veterinary has made some new breakthroughs in protocol development and delivery techniques that allow delivery of appropriate energy to target tissue while minimizing thermal effect.

Join Douglas Johnson, ATC, Multi Radiance Senior Vice President of Clinical and Scientific Affairs and Debbie (Gross) Torraca, DPT, MSPT, CCRP, CCMT, Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Emeritus as they discuss the science and clinical impact of non thermal photobiomodulation on clinical practice.

Key Talking Points

  • Techniques to enhance the “light utility” of the tissue
  • Learn how to achieve the optimal balance of light penetration and thermal mitigation
  • Discover how to identify a calculated prescription of combined wavelengths and power densities to maximize outcomes
  • Get the supportive research behind thermal mitigation
  • Hear real-world experiences that bring the concepts of research into the practical applications in the clinic

Laser Therapy to the Rescue for Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles

Entanglement of sea turtles in fishing gear is a global problem that impacts all species. One of the most frequent causes of morbidity due to fishing gear interaction is front flipper entanglement. Fishing line entanglement causes deep lacerations and strangulation of the affected flipper, leading to significant distal swelling, ischemic necrosis, bone fracture and self-amputation.

Vascularization of the limb distal to the strangulation injury has been shown to be a key prognostic indicator for potential viability of the flipper. This work led to the development of a conservative approach of rehabilitation therapy to treat affected flippers at the Maui Ocean Center Marine Institute (MOCMI).

In this webinar, you’ll learn how the MOCMI team uses laser therapy to speed up the healing process, promote tissue regeneration, and relieve pain and inflammation in Hawaiian green sea turtles affected by flipper entanglement. Join Gregg A. Levine, Paul J. McCurdy, Thomas J. Cutt, Chanel Browne, and Summer L. Martin as they detail the laser therapy and blue light protocols used as part of a multi-modal plan of care, then host a live Q&A panel.

Key Talking Points:

  • Learn about the MOCMI sea turtle stranding response & rehabilitation program
  • Data about sea turtle strandings on Maui
  • Multi-modal treatment protocols for injured sea turtles
  • The role of laser therapy in rehabilitation protocols
  • Review of case studies, before and after images, and patient results

Expanding Access to Veterinary Care: Laser Therapy At Home for Pets

Are you exploring ways to improve outcomes and streamline workflow in 2023? Who isn’t! Join Dr. Iker Asteinza, DVM, MSc, Dipl, Founder of Animal Home Veterinary Hospital in Mexico, as he discusses how to use a hybrid in-clinic and at-home laser therapy treatment model to drive pet owner satisfaction, improve clinical outcomes, and free up clinic time.

Many veterinarians are turning to hybrid models of care to ease the burden of staff shortages and to give pet owners the opportunity to participate in their pet’s plan of care. Dr. Asteinza shares techniques for discussing at-home care, clinical applications, and tips to streamline your workflow.

Key Talking Points:

  • Practice Trends
  • The State of Staff Shortages
  • The Pet and Owner Bond
  • Talking to Clients About Laser Therapy
  • The Role of Laser Therapy
  • Applications of Laser Therapy
  • Expanding Laser to Home Treatments for Workflow, Outcomes, and Strengthening the Animal/Human Bond

Practice Proactive Wellness for Consistently Better Patient Outcomes

The demographics of veterinary clients have changed drastically over the last few years. Clients are more informed and more willing to spend money on their pets' wellbeing. They view their pets as their starter children and demand excellent veterinary care. To give these clients what they want, clinics need to embrace a wellness-based approach that proactively identifies problems earlier to promote better overall long-term health.

In this webinar, Ronald J. Riegel, DVM, explains how to develop a proactive wellness program of care that uses thermal imaging and take-home laser therapy to give today's clients a clear, visual understanding of their pets' health and a way for them to be directly involved in their treatment. Dr. Riegel shares best practices for using each modality and strategies for leveraging their complementary relationship to keep patients healthy and clients happy.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Evaluate the role of therapeutic infrared thermography in daily practice
  2. Identify and define mechanisms of action, and applications for photobiomodulation
  3. Describe the synergy of infrared thermal imaging and the use of photoceutical devices in the continuum of care for Proactive Wellness in Veterinary Practice

Note: CE credits are not available for on-demand webinars.


Introducing FibroLux: The First FDA-Cleared Therapeutic Laser for Fibromyalgia Pain

Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) is a condition that causes widespread pain, sleep problems, fatigue, and often emotional and mental distress. People with FMS may be more sensitive to pain. FMS affects about 4 million US adults who suffer from this long-misunderstood condition. Little relief is offered with lasting results and the medications prescribed have unpleasant side effects and poor outcomes.

There is light at the end of the tunnel for FMS sufferers. Through a photoceutical approach to care, Laser Therapy U's Platinum Sponsor Multi Radiance Medical is announcing the new patent pending FibroLux therapeutic laser device.

The FibroLux represents a breakthrough in pain management options, offering patients a non-pharmacological, non-invasive, and side effect-free treatment for FMS that is now cleared by the FDA and is indicated for adjunctive use in the temporary relief of pain associated with fibromyalgia.

Join Christopher Carraway, DC, DIBCN, CLS; Timothy Demchak, ATC, PhD, Indiana State University; and Douglas Johnson, ATC, Senior Vice President of Clinical Scientific Affairs with Multi Radiance Medical, as they discuss this exciting modality and treatment.


From Wounded to Winning: A Westminster Athlete's Road to Recovery and Victory

When Louie arrived at the Wizard of Paws Clinic, he was not show-ready. Nine-year-old Louie had suffered fractures to his ulna on May 2nd and was actively preparing for the Westminster Kennel Club show on June 24th.

In this webinar, Debbie (Gross) Torraca, DPT, MSPT, CCRP, CCMT, Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Emeritus explains how Louie’s multi-modal plan of care prepared him to place in a few short weeks. You’ll learn how to emulate Louie’s plan of care for patients you see every day in general practice.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Appropriate wound healing protocols for superficial and deep conditions
  • How to design a treatment program for your patients based on their goals
  • The optimal photobiomodulation settings and protocols for tissue and wound healing
  • Utilization of photobiomodulation to heal fractures
  • The role of take-home photobiomodulation treatment in Louie’s turn-around
  • Ways to translate Louie’s success into everyday practice

Improving Client Compliance with Take-Home Laser Therapy

As pet ownership continues to rise and pet owner demographics evolve, more owners want a more active role in their pets' plan of care. Everyday demands of work, school, and life make it difficult for owners to frequently visit the clinic for treatment which negatively impacts pet outcomes, and clinic revenue.

In this webinar, Dr. Gaynor explores how to implement a take-home laser rental model into your veterinary practice to drive client compliance with recommended treatments. He discusses how prescribing at-home treatment and setting up re-check appointments improves pet owner satisfaction, and clinical results for patients.

He reviews how to charge for take-home laser therapy, the process of administering treatment at home, and the business model of using these programs to create passive income.


A Case-Based Approach to Expanded Laser Therapy Applications: From Clinic to Home

[1 CE Webinar] During this live webinar we will explore the various ways clinics can expand the use of laser therapy beyond just pain management. Laser therapy can and should be used for wound healing, tissue regeneration, inflammation, and more.

We’ll discuss the evolution of laser therapy, and how practices can increase the benefits by allowing owners to perform LT at home. The future of laser therapy in veterinary medicine is exciting!

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the stressors involved in keeping a practice running during a pandemic
  • Develop a better understanding of laser therapy and the continuum of care
  • Differentiate between the biological effects of different wavelengths
  • Understand expanding the use of therapeutic laser beyond pain to fill the gap in rehabilitation

Watch the replay of this webinar on VetFolio (Subscription to VetFolio required to view).


Photoceuticals: A Light Introduction

[1 CE Webinar] What's a Photoceutical? In this presentation Dr. Brunke explores the laser therapy Continuum of Care and describes how the mechanism of action of photobiomodulation is translated into practical applications in veterinary practice through a photoceutical approach to care.

From acute injury to tissue healing and long-term care, Dr. Brunke explains how to optimize laser therapy doses to provide clinical benefits at each stage of care.

Learning Objectives:

  • Attendees will gain an understanding of how photobiomodulation works and how it translates into a Photoceutical approach to care.
  • Attendees will learn about the 3 stages in the continuum of care, the clinical goals of each stage, and how to optimize laser therapy dosing to achieve outcomes at each stage of care.
  • Attendees will learn how to use both in-clinic and pet owner take-home therapies to maximize patient outcomes.

A New Approach to the Laser Therapy Continuum of Care: From Hospital to Home

You have different clinical goals at every stage of care. Advancements in laser therapy have led to a new approach to veterinary care: photoceuticals. Like pharmaceuticals, photoceuticals are prescribed doses of light, optimized to achieve a predictable response and superior outcomes. Using the right photoceutical tool at each stage of care allows you to meet your clinical goals throughout a complete plan of care.

In this webinar, Dr. James S. Gaynor will break down the science of photoceuticals and the practical applications of light in the veterinary practice. You will learn how to use different in-clinic and at-home photoceutical tools during every stage in the continuum of care, from relieving acute pain to healing tissue and maintaining relief in the long term.

Key objectives:

1. Defining photoceuticals and how they are used in each stage of care

2. How to choose the right laser therapy tool based on clinical goals and patient symptoms

3. What conditions can be treated with photoceuticals with real-world case examples


New Surgical Trends and Technologies Assist with Improved Rehabilitation Outcomes

[1 CE Webinar] Dr. Asteinza, specialist with companion animals and their musculoskeletal issues for recovery, rehabilitation, and the neurological issues that accompany post-operative cases, has gained a thorough understanding of this new trends’ mechanism of action. He will discuss both published studies and successful clinical outcomes gained by the implementation of this modality in veterinary practice.

Dr. Asteinza will review issues and treatment measures taken for optimal musculoskeletal health and lameness diagnosis/management with companion animals. He will review successful protocols used in this application to enable best possible clinical results.

Watch the replay of this webinar on VetFolio (Subscription to VetFolio required to view).


Making the Case for Expanding Use of Laser Therapy — The Latest Research and ISELP Members' Case Reviews

Multi Radiance's J. Mark Strong is joined by a panel of experts to discuss using super pulsed laser therapy in veterinary and equine medicine.
Topics include:
  • How photobiomodulation works
  • Laser safety and use at FEI events
  • Cases: acupuncture, post-op pain management, inflammation, corneal ulcers, suspensory ligaments, chronic neuropathy, and more
  • Laser therapy and regenerative medicine
  • And much more

New Veterinary Strategies for the Pandemic and Beyond

Join us for a live discussion with James S. Gaynor, DVM, MS, DACVAA, DAIPM, on how to implement the functions and capabilities of telemedicine in your veterinary practice.

Dr. Gaynor and Multi Radiance’s J. Mark Strong will explore how veterinarians can bridge the care gap with at-home laser therapy to provide more efficient pain relief for pets and enhance practice profitability. Live Q&A session to follow.


Veterinary - At Home Laser Therapy: Bridging the Pet Care and Revenue Gap Caused by Social Distancing

In this time of social distancing, pets and pet owners may not be able to make it to the veterinary clinic for routine care. Multi Radiance can bridge this Pet Care and Revenue Gap with vet-prescribed home laser devices for effective pain management, inflammation control, wound healing, and treatment for 300+ common conditions. At-home, easy to use, pet owner-administered laser therapy under your supervision, could be the answer for care continuity during these times and beyond.

Join Multi Radiance’s J. Mark Strong and Dr. Youkey (Yukiko Kuwahara, DVM, DRIC, CVA) as they discuss:

  • Ways to bridge the care gap caused by mandated social distancing
  • New ways to manage pet pain, with at-home laser therapy
  • Ways to generate passive revenue for your practice now and in the future using rental lasers
  • Coping with fewer clinic visits during social distancing
  • Disinfecting your clinic and rental lasers

Medical - At Home Laser Therapy: Bridging the Care and Revenue Gap caused by Social Distancing

In this time of social distancing, patients are being separated from their caregivers and medical providers for routine care. Multi Radiance can bridge this Care Gap with prescribed home laser devices for effective chronic pain management.  At-home, easy to use, patient administered laser therapy under your supervision, could be the answer for care continuity during these times, and beyond.

 Join Douglas Johnson, VP of Clinical and Scientific Affairs for Multi Radiance Medical as he discusses:

  • Ways to bridge the care gap caused by mandated social distancing
  • New ways to manage pain in chronic patients, with at-home laser therapy
  • Ways to generate passive revenue for your practice now and in the future, with rental lasers
  • Coping with fewer clinic visits during social distancing
  • Disinfecting your clinic and rental lasers
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