Everything You Wanted to Know About Veterinarian Photobiomodulation but Were Afraid to Ask
Let’s face it, there is a lot of confusing information out there about laser therapy. This vendor says one thing, and another vendor says something different, this study shows this, and that study is just the opposite of the first one.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a single source for all your LLLT questions? An unbiased source, written by PBM experts who are scientists and not marketing people trying to sell you something?
Well, now there is. The Handbook of Low-Level Laser Therapy is a collaboration of three independent researchers whose mission was to provide a definitive photobiomodulation guide to non-research practitioners, including veterinarians.
What we like about this book:
- It’s a consensus of three independent researchers, not one person’s opinion.
- All the information you need in one place.
- Unbiased and independent of any commercial agenda.
- The advice we can use without having to wade through a bunch of technical research.
There is a free e-book version of this handbook here: Handbook of Low-Level Laser Therapy
At MedcoVet, we aim to make light therapy available and affordable to anyone that needs it. So, we would like anyone interested, curious, practiced or skeptical to join our community and the discussion.