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Here are some more comments from KLaser clients in the UK.

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AllPetsVetCare219x150.jpg“This absolutely amazing little machine (and it is indeed quite small) is delivering the most fantastic results in the treatment of loads of different conditions. We had arthritic dogs who could not move around pain free even on two different painkillers now being able to jump up again and cats finally being able to venture out into the garden again. It helps against skin infections, speeds up wound and fracture healing, can be used for cats with chronic gingivitis and a whole range of other problems!

The animals don't require sedation for it, all it involves is running the laser over the area for several minutes. For most conditions a series of between 4 and 6 treatments are advisable, in some chronic cases a regular "top-up" may be needed. We have lots of happy pets and happy owners - it's so nice to see those results!”
Billa Schleicher MRCVS, All Pets Vet Care, Milford Haven, Wales.

 “We have treated an enormous amount of patients with all the clients liking the laser technique and enjoying being part of the therapy process. I have seen numerous cases post surgically that are walking and exercising far quicker than I would have seen previously over the years – the joints appear less inflammed and painful after operations, and the animal’s demeanour improved. It combines well with the general physiotherapy that we can advise customers to do on their pets. We have also seen significant improvements in chronic moist eczemas, gingivitis and a whole range of other acute and chronic conditions. We are very happy with how well the machine has fitted into our practice, it is going extremely well.”
Martin Gabbutt MRCVS, Abbeydale Vets, Blackburn, Lancashire.

OundleVets125x199.jpg“We are really enjoying having the K-Laser in our hospital for wounds and post-surgical use. Over 2/3rds of our operations are having it as standard treatment, including all our neuters, as we offer it at a very competitive price. We, and the owners are seeing improvements across the board, and our owners are spreading the word about the laser and its effects, so recruiting new cases is easy. On chronic wounds and lick granulomas we have had great results and owners are so relieved to have a treatment option after years of struggling to cope. Also lacerations and nasty abscesses, and especially cut pads we have had fantastic results with complete healing in 2 ½ to 3 weeks instead of the usual 5-6 week period. This reduces a lot of stress for us and the owners.

OundleVets177x131.jpgOwner compliance is really good, we have a client whose dog falls asleep after 30 seconds of the laser, this gives us an opportunity to really talk to the owners about general pet health and build a good relationship. It is good as a nurse to have something that is quite tangible to work with that we can go back to the vets and report on the progress of cases, the vets are always really happy with how it is going”
Jennie Tansley RVN, Oundle Vets, Northamptonshire

"I have become increasingly interested and excited about the K laser. I believe it to be the treatment of the future and its many benefits are being discovered almost daily. Laser energy increases circulation, drawing blood & nutrients to the area, where the laser then stimulates the release of oxygen to the damaged tissues, creating an optimal healing environment. The laser also increases energy at the cellular level and reduces pain and inflammation by a direct effect on the nerves."

"We are proud to be one of the very few vets in the whole of the South West to offer this treatment and have made it surprisingly affordable. It is a huge success with our clients, especially for helping to treat arthritis and speeding up healing after surgery."

Margaret Collins MRCVS, Manor Farm Veterinary Surgery

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“We did a young German shepherd with severe hip dysplasia. After 3 – 4 sessions we saw an amazing improvement, you honestly could not say he had hip dysplasia. This young dog had hip bone architecture changes that should have resulted in surgery. There was a bad dog bite case that we gave daily wound K-Laser sessions for five days, the wound healed very nicely without any signs of infection.”
Alex Selles Llorens MRCVS, Medivet Forest Lodge Veterinary Centre, Forest Row, East Sussex.

“We tried another less expensive Class 3b brand of laser therapy but found the results in cases of osteoarthritis were not nearly as impressive as those with the K - laser. We made the leap and brought the more expensive unit because we have confidence in the efficacy of the K laser, we have not looked back”
Stewart Halperin MRCVS, Owner of Queens Park Vets, West London

“We trialled a class IIIB laser and were not convinced it was helping animals with DJD. The K-Laser is so user friendly that all the veterinary staff can administer doses and we have seen great results in NSAID dose reduction in our chronic DJD cases. The owners are really behind it. I really appreciate the impact it has in wound healing as well. A useful piece of kit for our clinic.”
James Bennett MRCVS, Head Vet at Chiswick Pet Care Clinic

We have had the klaser for approx. 2 years at GUVS and we use it on every patient we see through the physiotherapy / hydrotherapy service as all patients present with some element of pain / inflammation. We have had very good results for tendon (luxating patella) and ligament injuries (partial CCL tears) which were managed conservatively and did not require surgery. Previously when the partial CCL patients were rested then exercise was reintroduced the partial tear almost always became a full tear. The Klaser reduces inflammation (effusion) associated with the ligament injury and reduces scar tissue and the ligament heals with good fibre alignment giving strength and flexibility so much less likely to re injure the ligament. I think for the tendonitis type problems (lux patella) the laser acts in a similar way to cortisone injections. Once the inflammation around the tendon is controlled with the laser the tendon tracking is improved and the patella is stabilised.

We also use the laser a lot for chronic condition such as Hip Dysplasia in my previous experience of these cases the HD would tend to remain the same and the progression of secondary arthritis was reduced with physio and hydro alone. Now I am finding with the addition of K-Laser therapy the patients are regaining almost 100% range of motion in the hip joint which was previously reduced to around 60% I also strongly recommend these patients also have a good joint supplement.

Post-surgery the K-Laser is very good at enhancing wound healing. Again, if scar tissue is a problem over a joint surgery the laser is very good at minimising this. The cost of the laser treatment is absorbed into the physio / hydro session. However sometimes we see patients who only receive K-Laser treatment at this is priced at £15. If you explain the benefits of the laser therapy to your clients I am sure they will accept it. If you are using it on all your post-surgical patients, you could just incorporate it into the surgery price.

Donna Carver, Chartered Physiotherapist - Glasgow University Physio Department