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Injuries in equine athletes are difficult to treat, and they’re costly and stressful to owners and veterinarians alike. Laser therapy is an option to include in treatment plans for injuries in equine athletes that helps speed up recovery time, reduce...
Shared decision making is the process of a clinician and a patient working together to review all the options a patient has for treatment and ensuring the patient feels properly educated before they make a choice.
As we approach the new year 2020, there is still time to save on your business taxes for 2019 and position your business for success by adding a Class IV Aspen Laser.
You may have seen some new devices popping up in your local gym or wellness centers like cryotherapy chambers and photobiomodulation therapy systems. This blog cover the purpose of both treatments, how they work, and the differences between them.
There are a lot of different laser therapy systems on the market today, each with different specifications on their power and settings. With all these options and opposing claims, it’s hard to know what will work best for your clinic.
Getting patients to commit to a treatment plan can be a struggle. We’ve got some tips to help you work with patients who may worry they can’t commit to a treatment plan.
You’ve probably heard the phrases “laser therapy” and “photobiomodulation therapy” tossed around and interchanged, but are they the same thing? And if not, what’s the difference?
If you’ve experienced a sports or workout-related injury, you know there’s an emotional pain of not being able to play your sport on top of the physical pain. Laser therapy has been shown to help athletes—professional and recreational—reduce their pain...
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis. It’s sometimes called “wear-and-tear” arthritis because it is the result of joint cartilage wearing away, causing bone to rub on bone, and the most common symptoms are joint pain, swelling, and...