Expand Your Knowledge of Photobiomodulation (aka Laser Therapy)

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More Frequent, Lower Power Treaments Increase Effectiveness

Compared to clinic based lasers, the Luma home laser system is far more convenient, less costly, and more effective. At MedCoVet, we make laser therapy affordable and easy for pet owners by partnering with veterinarians to prescribe safe solutions for at-home pet laser therapy. Learn more about Luma and how you can try it yourself firsthand below

How Much Light Makes it Through Pet Fur?

January 14, 2021

  One of the most common questions we get at MedcoVet is whether treatment should be changed if we are treating through fur.   What happens with dark fur?  What about a really heavy coat?  Our research shows that fur definitely has a huge impact on light, but that the Luma has special features that…

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New LLLT Technology Holds Promise to Brain Injuries

January 8, 2020

It has long been established that Laser Therapy has been a safe and effective treatment for inflammation in joints, but can PBM treatment be used to treat other types of disorders? MedcoVet’s CSO, Dr. Michael Hamblin, in collaboration with MIT, recently published its findings on treating certain brain injuries with LLLT. Brain injuries have long…

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Two New Features to Give you Back More Time

January 6, 2021

While every clinic is unique in its own way, we’ve heard a few things consistently this year across all clinics.  Of course, COVID-19 has had an impact on clinics and adding additional burdens to an already hectic schedule most clinics have.  Our goal this last month was to offer features that give you back valuable…

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8 Minutes a Day vs. Surgery – One Pet Owner’s Perspective

January 3, 2021

Background Lorna Ledbetter adopted Hope when she needed some emotional support.  After being an ER nurse for 25 years, an incident at work required serious rehabilitation for Lorna and Hope was a key part of Lorna’s recovery. Even as a puppy, many times Hope didn’t want to get off the couch and was eventually diagnosed…

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Are NSAIDs the Only Answer to Arthritic Pet Suffering?

October 21, 2020

More and more veterinarians (and pet parents) are reluctant to entirely rely on long term NSAIDs as a treatment for osteoarthritis. Not all pets tolerate these drugs, NSAIDs can not be used in combination with some other drugs, it can change the pet’s behavior, and long term use can lead to renal toxicity. Low Light…

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MedcoVet CEO interviewed on PetAbility Podcast

December 15, 2020

What really sets MedcoVet apart from other laser therapy companies is that the pet owner treats at home instead of the clinician treating in the clinic.  While this has many benefits (more treatments per week, lower cost per treatment, etc.), it does add new challenges to treating, all of which revolve around bringing the pet…

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Add this One Thing to Supercharge Your Vet Clinic

October 7, 2020

Veterinary medicine is rapidly evolving, and one of the biggest trends over the last few years has been the addition of rehabilitation services. Pet parents are seeking out ways to reduce pain and cost (see: USA Today article), and veterinarians see the benefits of adding additional recurring revenue to their practice to help offset fixed…

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3000 Years of LLLT / Photobiomodulation History

May 1, 2020

We have come a long way from the expensive hard to use LLLT/PBM devices of the days of old.

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Laser Therapy does not Work

November 24, 2020

Photobiomodulation (PBM) has been around for 3,000 years (see: 3000 Years of LLLT/Photobiomodulation History), yet it still has not been widely adopted. Most veterinarians assume this is because there is not enough evidence to prove efficacy. However, there are now numerous FDA approved PBM devices on the market. There are also thousands of studies showing…

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4 Laser Treatment Myths Vets Still Cling To

November 18, 2020

By Dr. Michael R Hamblin Ph.D (CSO of MedcoVet) Laser Therapy (PBM) is a terrific new modality to an ever-increasing number of vet clinics. It’s great for the pet, the pet parent and the vet clinic. As a Principal Investigator at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, an Associate Professor of Dermatology, Harvard…

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