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Photobiomodulation and Athletic Performance

This article discusses the unique benefits photobiomodulation therapy provides to the canine athlete.

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Laser Therapy (Photobiomodulation): An Integral Part of Wound Management

Discover the benefits and best practices when integrating laser (photobiomodulation) therapy into wound management protocols.

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Turning Photons into Results – Shining New Light on Laser Therapy

Learn the key components for successful and repeatable photobiomodulation therapy treatments.

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Effective Dose Delivery – The Key Component Joining Two Growing Technologies

Learn how to get the best results from 2 top veterinary technologies (photobiomodulation therapy and regenerative medicine) by better understanding…

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Low-level laser therapy acts differently on mRNA expression of anti- and pro-inflammatory mediators in collagenase-induced tendinitis in rat

A rat model of induced tendonitis was used to evaluate the effect of laser therapy on inflammatory signaling. The laser…

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The evolution of laser therapy

Read about the evolution of laser technology into medical applications.

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Characterization of macrophage/microglial activation and effect of photobiomodulation in the spared nerve injury model of neuropathic pain

A Spared Nerve Injury model was performed on rats and mechanical allodynia was assessed with an electronic Von Frey device.

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The mechanistic basis for photobiomodulation therapy of neuropathic pain by near infrared laser light

This study investigated the mechanistic basis of photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) for the treatment of neuropathic pain.

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The comparison of effects between pulsed and CW lasers on wound healing

This study evaluated both CW and pulsed laser therapy in an elliptic wound model in rats.  This study is one…

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A multi-center case series on laser therapy

In this article read about a multi-center case report that included 165 cases from 3 sites.

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