Angie, Labrador Retriever with Hip Dysplasia

MLS® Laser Therapy Case Study

Angie, Labrador Retriever with Hip Dysplasia

Species: Dog

Breed: Labrador Retriever

Gender: Female

Age: 10 years old

Clinical Case

Angie was experiencing poor mobility and reluctance to exercise because of hip dysplasia. Pain and limited mobility prevented her from moving comfortably and freely. 


Angie was treated with MLS Laser Therapy twice a week for three weeks.

The programs used were:

  • “arthrosis” point to point on hip joint
  • “sprain/strain” scan-modality on femoral biceps


Post-treatment, Angie experienced less pain and increased mobility.
Courtesy of Dr. Roberta Burdisso, Physiotherapy Service Director at CHV, Fregis, Parigi

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