Laser Therapy is beneficial for almost any condition where inflammation or pain are present.

Many professionals also use it to prevent injury and to maintain peak performance in their equine athletes.

Clinical Benefits Include:

Analgesic Effect
Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth
Improved Vascular Activity
Increased Metabolic Activity

Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation

Improved Nerve Function
Faster Wound Healing

To see how it works watch this video:

Conditions it can be used to help with to name but a few:

Laser Therapy has been scientifically proven to be successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions. Among these are:

>>  Tendon and suspensory injuries such as tears, tendonitis and desmitis
>>  Synovitis and tenosynovitis
>>  Degenerative joint disease
>>  Osteoarthritis
>>  Back disorders
>>  Wound Healing

See how laser therapy is helping keep equine athletes in action:

Hear from Olympic gold medalist Will Simpson, his assistant trainer Delaney Flynn, Santa Barbara Polo Academy Director Jeff Scheraga, Polo Academy Volunteer Naima Scheraga, and dressage rider Kathleen Winters.


Dressage Performance Horse after a 2 weeks treatment:

See how Rio, a 26-year-old American Quarter Horse Gelding suffering from severe bursitis and osteoarthritis of the elbow is rehabilitated and avoids euthanasia with laser therapy.