What is Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy uses light to favour and accelerate the body’s natural healing process. The laser beam is moved over the skin so that the light energy (photons) penetrates the tissue where it interacts with photochemical, photothermal and photomechanical effect.

MLS Therapy

The innovative and patent Multiwave Locked System (MLS) Therapy Laser was developed in an effort to produce an efficient and simultaneous effect on pain, inflammation and oedema. Exceeding the limits of traditional LLLT (low-level light therapy) and concerns of HP (high power) laser therapy, MLS technology delivers both therapeutic wavelengths, 808nm (anti-oedemic and anti-inflammatory) and 905nm (analgesic). An energetic synergy is created when delivering these wavelengths that produces greater anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects than either can produce on its own while minimising the risk of thermal damage. It is this unique combination and synchronisation of continuous and pulsed emissions that characterises MLS and distinguishes it from other lasers. This unique feature provides more accurate therapeutic dose delivery, which means consistent and repeatable results with high levels of efficiency, safety and consistency. MLS Laser Therapy can help relieve pain and improve quality of life for both the animal and its owner.

Benefits of MLS

  • Improved vascular activity        
  • Increases metabolic activity
  • Trigger points and acupuncture points
  • Reduced fibrous tissues formation
  • Improved nerve function
  • Immunoregulation
  • Faster wound healing

MLS Laser Therapy effectively treats pain and inflammation associated with the following conditions:

  • Alopecia (non-inflammatory)
  • Bacterial skin infections
  • Contusions, hematomas and oedema
  • Degenerative articular pathologies
  • Disc pathologies
  • Eosinophilic granulomas
  • Fractures
  • Gingivitis – stomatitis
  • Healing of surgical wounds
  • Hot spot
  • Muscular contracture
  • Muscular sprains and strains
  • Musculoskeletal trauma
  • Pain and inflammation
  • Perianal fistulae
  • Superficial cutaneous lesions (wounds, ulcers, sores)
  • Tendon lesions (acute and chronic)
  • Trigger points



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