K-lasers help veterinarians treat patients with chronic pain

07/22/2011 | Warwick Advertiser (N.Y.), The

Veterinarians are increasingly using a Class-IV laser to treat chronic pain in pets affected by a variety of conditions including hip dysplasia and spondylosis, and to help heal wounds and surgical incisions. The K-laser won FDA approval for human use in 2005 and has been available to veterinarians for more than five years; practitioners are also increasingly using the technology to treat smaller pets such as birds, snakes and turtles.

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