Veterinary Knowledge Center
Management of the Articular Degenerative Disease of the Dog: Comparison of Physical and Pharmacological Therapies
Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) is one of the most common and disabling Orthopaedic conditions of pets. This study compared the efficacy on arthritic pain control of a physical therapy protocol, including MLS® treatment and hydrotherapy, versus traditional nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) therapy.
After MLS Laser Therapy treatment for pain and edema, Fooki’s wounds healed.
After MLS Laser Therapy treatment for tetraparesis, Artemis returned home on her legs.
Cutting Edge Laser Technologies and ASA Laser announce the renewal of their exclusive distribution agreement.
Preliminary Data on the Efficacy of Multi-wave (Multi-wavelength) Diode Laser on Bacteria in Superficial Canine Pyoderma.
This study aims to verify how MLS® Laser Therapy may be effective in lowering bacteria count in the skin lesions of dogs suffering from this infection. The results have confirmed that a single application of MLS® significantly reduces the microbial load typical of superficial canine pyoderma lesions.
Cutting Edge Laser Technologies celebrates their 10th year partnering with the Canine Rehabilitation Institute (CRI).
After a car accident, Enton was treated using MLS Laser Therapy for 7 days, combined with hydrotherapy and exercise.
An overview of the history of therapeutic laser technologies and ASA’s development of the Multiwave Locked System Laser Therapy device.
Cutting Edge Laser Technologies announces a new partnership with the Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL).
After receiving MLS Laserpuncture, the patient is able to walk for longer, with improved stability and correct proprioceptive posture.
The clinical trial aimed to evaluate the success in recovery of autonomous movement in 4 veterinary patients affected by avulsion of the brachial plexus using a specific physiotherapy protocol consisting in exercise, laser therapy and diathermy.
Brought to the clinic due to sudden onset of IV degree lameness, Mia was treated with MLS Laser Therapy and saw a regression of symptoms.
This study analyzes the effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields-Extremely Low Frequencies on a myoblast model through morphological and molecular assays.
MLS Laser Therapy can be used to help restore quality of life for companion animals. MLS Laser Therapy treats pain and inflammation associated with a variety of conditions.