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MLS Laser Therapy: An Innovative Wound Treatment Technique for Veterinary Medicine

In companion animals such as horses and exotic animals, ASAlaser's therapeutic technique has proved to be successful in treating this kind of problem by facilitating healing and the natural recovery process. What are the advantages? It is non-invasive and free from pain or side effects.

MLS Laser Therapy for wound healing in a dog (PRNewsFoto/ASA Srl)

Skin wounds are a problem that frequently occur in routine veterinary medicine as demonstrated by the large number of cases that vets have to deal with on a daily basis when trying to ensure a rapid recovery and avoid excessive suffering by the animals. Regardless of the cause of the problem and the types of animals involved (companion or exotic animals, and horses), MLS® Laser Therapy has proved both effective and successful in their treatment. The innovative therapeutic technique developed by ASAlaser (a company with over thirty years at the forefront of research and the development of therapeutic solutions focusing on the constructive use of lasers, editor's note) thanks to its anti-inflammatory, anti-edema, analgesic and bio-stimulant effects on the biological tissues is key to speeding up healing by accelerating the natural recovery process. At the same time, MLS® Laser Therapy relieves symptoms, such as pain and inflammation, by significantly reducing recovery times by stimulating tissue regeneration. "These results", explains Adelmo Rossin, DVM and ASAveterinary's Product Specialist, "are due to the effect that MLS® has at cell level: increasing the production of energy and stimulating the synthesis of the new proteins necessary for the growth and repair of the damaged tissue".


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