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concurrent therapies. 2 – 5 Photobiomodulation (PBM), or low-level laser therapy, refers to the use of red or near-infrared light as a therapy to stimulate biologic processes. Although there is little positive evidence for PBM's use as an adjunct therapy

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

physical rehabilitation on recovery or pain management variables in dogs following surgery for treatment of intervertebral disk herniation. Photobiomodulation therapy, also described as low-level laser therapy, 11 has been the focus of many clinical

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Photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) uses red/near infrared light to produce a clinical effect. Commonly attributed effects of PBMT include stimulation of tissue healing, analgesia, reduced inflammation, and a noninvasive nature allied with a lack of adverse effects. 6

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nonreptilian patients supports the need for development of additional modalities for the treatment of wounds in reptiles. This is particularly true for wounds that heal by secondary intention. Photobiomodulation has been used in both human and veterinary

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power, wavelength, coat length, and coat color on tissue penetration using photobiomodulation in healthy dogs . Can J Vet Res . 2020 ; 84 ( 2 ): 131 – 137 . 8. Chow R , Armati P , Laakso EL , Bjordal JM , Baxter GD . Inhibitory effects

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In the report “Gross and histologic evaluation of effects of photobiomodulation, silver sulfadiazine, and a topical antimicrobial product on experimentally induced full-thickness skin wounds in green iguanas ( Iguana iguana ),” ( Am J Vet Res

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have been described, such as a growing array of oral joint supplements, 7 compounds administered through intra-articular injections, 8 – 12 biological products, 13 – 16 photobiomodulation, 17 and more. Intradermal therapy, commonly referred to as

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driven by light, or photobiomodulation. 1 Lasers emit a monochromatic, coherent, and collimated light that allows photon absorption targeted to specific wavelength-dependent chromophores, or photon acceptors, within tissues. 1 ATP synthesis occurs

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), therapeutic ultrasound, intralesional “stem cell” injections, and pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF). Compared to both DB and VS, RTh were significantly more likely to employ exercise restriction and photobiomodulation (laser). Compared to VS, RTh

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compared to PRP activated with calcium chloride. Another canine study 47 demonstrated an additive clinical effect when PRP was augmented by photobiomodulation for hip OA when compared to PRP or photobiomodulation alone; however, this study lacked a true

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