Cold Laser Equine Therapy Device (LLLT) Handheld- Class 3B

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Cold Laser Equine Therapy Device (LLLT) Handheld- Class 3B
Cold Laser Equine Therapy Device (LLLT) Handheld- Class 3B
Cold Laser Equine Therapy Device (LLLT) Handheld- Class 3B

Cold Laser Equine Therapy Device (LLLT) Handheld- Class 3B

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A quality class 3B Cold Laser LLLT with (5) 808nm laser diodes and (10) 650nm laser diodes for a maximum output of 800mW. Cold Therapy Lasers are 95% effective for pain relieving and anti-inflammation in horses. This handheld cold laser has MORE 808nm diodes and is stronger than other similar handheld lasers on the market. Includes FREE protective eye-wear.

TECHNICAL SPECS

    • COLD LASER TYPE: Class 3B Cold Laser
    • LASER WAVELENGTH: 650nm & 808nm
    • NUMBER OF LASER DIODES: 5x808nm and 10x650nm
    • MAXIMUM OUTPUT: 1400mW - 150mW each 808nm laser diode and 5mW each 650nm laser diode
    • WORKING MODES: Pulse mode and continuous mode
    • TIME SETTING: 5 - 30 minutes in 5 minute intervals
    • POWER ADJUSTMENT: 3 levels intensity for adjustment
    • POWER LEVEL: 1 - 267mW, level 2 - 533mW, level 3 - 800mW
    • JOULES OUTPUT: 
  • .8 joules per second
  • BATTERY: built-in lithium battery 5200mAh (4,000 hours use)
  • TIME USAGE: 2-3 hours on a full charge

INFILTRATION: 808nm laser beams can infiltrate to 4-6cm depth roughly. 650nm laser beams reach about 2-3cm depth.

PEAK POWER: High – 1400NM (a quarter watt) in micro-pulses, with five 808nm laser beams concentrated at the center surrounded by 10 - 650nm laser beams.

Cold lasers, or LLLT, are NOT recommended for cancerous areas or where cancer was removed. Like any other equipment, LLLT should never be used to treat eyes unless it is being done so by a veterinarian with proper training, as it is very easy to do more damage. It is NOT recommended for use if horse is pregnant. Never use LLLT near the horse's thyroid.

Cold laser therapy (LLLT) is thought to work when the light an LLLT device emits passes through the horse's skin into the equine body, where it stimulates the energy and respiration centers of animal's cells – mitochondria – resulting in greater cell energy, communication, nutrition, growth and life for the horse.

LLLT is used to reduce inflammation in horses, the most common cause of equine musculoskeletal pain. Research has shown that it reduces the cells and enzymes responsible for causing equine inflammation and increases antioxidant and anti-inflammatory enzymes in horses.

Each laser has two sets of beams. Ten 650 nanometer laser beams are set around the perimeter of the device head. They reach a depth of 2-3 centimeters in depth and are perfect for reaching acupressure points in horses as well as more surface level issues like equine skin and hair.

The center of the device head has Five 808 nanometer laser beams, which get into much deeper tissue – 4-6 centimeters deep, As such, the lasers can get into horse rotator cuffs addressing equine static nerve pain, back pain in horses, equine tissue injuries and inflammation.

Indication:

  • Equine arthritis, equne back pain, equine neck pain, equine joint pain, equine chronic joint bruising, equine calcaneal spur, acute equine lumbago
  • Equine wound healing, equine gout, equine ulcers, equine varicose veins
  • Equine injuries, equine rehabilitation
  • EquineVeterinary pain relief machine for horse, dog, animals
  • Equine Laser Treatment Advantages of Cold Laser Pain Relief Therapy
  • Proven results for pain relief, healing acceleration for equine inflammation, as well as equine skeletal, tissue, and skin injuries.
  • Enables daily equine treatment and treatment continuity for optimal results.
  • An ideal device for first aid and immediate care for a large variety of equine problems.
  • Natural equine healing and non-invasive, no side effect treatment.
  • Increases the efficiency of traditional equine physiotherapy and conventional equine treatments.
  • Decreases the consumption of chemical medication by horses.
  • Easy to operate and user-friendly.
  • Light, portable, and rechargeable for continuous operation of over 5 hours.

Warranty Term

The manufacturer warrants this product to be free from defects in workmanship and materials, under normal use and conditions, for a period of one (1) year for the original invoice date. Shipping and handling fees are to be paid for by the customer. The manufacturer agrees, at its option during the warranty period, to repair and defect in material or workmanship or to furnish a repaired or refurbished product of equal value in exchange without charge (except for a fee for shipping, handling, packing, return postage, and insurance which will be incurred by the customer). Such repair or replacement is subject to verification of the defect or malfunction and proof of purchase as confirmed by showing the model number on original dated sales receipt.

What will you receive?

One handheld equine laser therapy device, soft storage case, EU/US charger, basic user manual, protective glasses, 1-Year Warranty.

*NOTE: It is recommended that you wear Safety Glasses while using any laser on your horse. No matter what class laser (even pointer pen lasers)- NEVER look directly into any laser.

 


Resources for Acupressure in Horses & Dogs

Gene Bruno, OMD, LAc, FABAA
Dr Gene BrunoIn 1971, Gene was one of the Directors of the Veterinary Acupuncture Research Project of the National Acupuncture Association (NAA), which introduced Animal Acupuncture into the United States for the first time. During this time he worked directly with Veterinarians, teaching them the basics of acupuncture and how it could be used to treat small and large animals. This led to the establishment of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Association (IVAS) in 1974.

Dr. Bruno was a member of the group of acupuncturists who founded the first two schools of Acupuncture in the United States. He is the past president of the American Association of Oriental Medicine. In addition to the extensive research on developing animal acupuncture, Dr. Bruno has done research at Harvard Medical School and at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, looking into the practical applications of acupuncture for the treatment of pain.

Dr. Bruno is the founder and a director of the American Board of Animal Acupuncture and currently teaches animal acupuncture at the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture in Arizona. Dr. Bruno uses the Brandenburg Laser on horses and small animals, and has found it superior to other lasers on the market.



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