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SpectraVET Laser Therapy for Veterinarians - Rehabilitation Specialty and General Practice

Safe, effective and reliable,  laser therapy is a widely researched and clinically proven modality to add to your practice.

Some of the common conditions that the SpectraVET laser can be used on are;

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Lick granulomas
  • Post-operative healing
  • Acute trauma
  • Wounds
  • Tendon and ligament injuries
  • Dental & intraoral applications
  • Acupuncture


There are now over 1100 published, laboratory and clinical trials, showing the positive effects that laser therapy has on healing soft tissue injuries, wounds, alleviating pain, and resolving inflammation.

Enhanced animal care

Laser therapy can be used for a reduction in recovery time of acute traumas, it is well tolerated by animals and is an effective pain reliever.  Post operatively it can speed up recovery from surgery, there is no sedation required and treatments are usually fast.  This allows pet owners to be present and part of the treatment plan.

Reduction in surgery

There is growing anecdotal evidence that Laser therapy can reduce the need for surgery on canine cruciate ligaments and spinal injuries, when combined with a rehabilitation treatment plan.

Encouraging new clients

Laser therapy provides a drug-free, surgery-free, non-invasive option for clients who are looking for an alternative treatment to their animals condition or injury.  The SpectraVET laser can be used in combination with other therapies in a holistic approach that is growing in popularity.

Retaining existing clients

Adding the SpectraVET laser to your practice speaks volumes about the type of practice that you run and the continuing growth of your practice to add new modalities and expand.  It offers an alternative treatment for your clients who can’t afford expensive PRP or stem cell treatments but who still want a viable option to increase healing and reduce inflammation.

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