Use of Laser Light to Treat Certain Lesions in Standardbreds, L.S McKibbin DVM, & D Paraschak
BSc., MA; Modern Veterinary Practice, March 1984, Sec. 3, p. 13
Biostimulation of Wound Healing by Lasers: Experimental Approaches in Animal Models and in Fibroblast Cultures, RP Abergel, MD; R Lyons, MD; J Castel, MS, R Dwyer. MD and Uitlo. MD, PhD; Harbor UCLA Medical Center. CA: J Dennatol. Surgery
Oncol., 13:2 Feb. 1987
Effect of Helium-Neon and Infrared Laser Irradiation on Wound Healing in Rabbits, B Braverman,
PhD; R McCarthy. Pharmd, A Lyankovich, MD; D Forde, BS, M Overfield, BS and M Bapna, PhD; Rush- Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center; University of Illinois, Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 9:50-58 (1989)
The Effects of Low Energy Laser on Soft Tissue in Veterinary Medicine, LS McKibbin & R Downie; The Acupuncture Institute, Ontario Canada; J. Wiley & Sons
Effects of Low Energy Laser on Wound Healing In a Porcine Model, J Hunter, MD; L Leonard, MD; R Wilsom MD; G Snider, MD and J DLxon, MD; Department of Surgery, University of Utah Medical Center, Salt Lake City UT, Lasers in Surgery &
Med. 3:285-290, 84
A Study of the Effects or Lasering of Chronic Bowed Tendons, Wheatley, LS McKibbin DVM, and DM Paraschak Bsc MA; Lasers in Surgery & Medicine, Vol. pp. 55-59 (1983) Sec 3
There is an ever-growing
number of studies that have been conducted on the uses of light therapy. Presently over 2,500 studies and a multitude of articles on the subject have proven its efficacy.
Please click on the links to view the various research documents or websites:
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) in Veterinary Medicine,
Godine Richard L.. Photomedicine and Laser Surgery. January 2014, 32(1): 1-2. doi:10.1089/pho.2013.9867.
An investigation into the depth of penetration of low level laser therapy through the equine tendon in vivo,
Teresa Ryan and RKW Smith, IR Veterinary Journal, 2007; 60(5): 295–299. Brousseau L, Welch V, Wells G, deBie R, Gam A, Harman K, Morin M, Shea B, Tugwell P. The Cochrane Library. Vol. 4. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons; 2003.
Laser therapy in horses. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian. 2000;22(3):263–272. Low J, Reed A. Electrotherapy Explained: principles and practice. 3. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann; 2000. Marshall Space Flight Centre press release 00-336 (12-18-00).
Low-intensity laser light-induced closure of a chronic wound in a dog. Veterinary Surgery. 1999;28:292–295. doi: 10.1053/jvet.1999.0292. Baxter GD.
The effect of low level laser therapy (LLLT) on wound healing in horses. Equine Veterinary Journal. 1999;31(3):228–231. doi: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.1999.tb03177.x.
Therapeutic effect of Ga-Al-As diode laser irradiation on experimentally induced inflammation in rats. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 1992;12:441–444. doi: 10.1002/lsm.1900120414. Beckerman H, de Bie RA, Bouter LM, De Cuyper HJ, Oostendorp RA.
Methods of stimulating acupuncture points for treatment of chronic back pain in horses,
Klide AM1, Martin BB Jr., J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1989 Nov 15;195(10):1375-9. Basford JR.
Treatment of chronic back pain in horses. Stimulation of acupuncture points with a low powered infrared laser,
Benson B. Martin VMD, Alan M. Klide, DMV, University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Clinical Studies-New Bolton Center, Philadelphia 19348., Vet Surg. 1987 Jan-Feb;16(1):106-10.
Laser therapy in the horse: Histopathological response. American Journal of Veterinary Research. 1984;45(3):581–582.
A Study of the Effects or Lasering of Chronic Bowed Tendons,
Wheatley, LS McKibbin DVM, and DM Paraschak Bsc MA; Lasers in Surg &Medicine, Vol. pp. 55-59 (1983) Scc 3 Effect of Laser Rays on Wound Healing, E Mester, MD; T Spiry, MD; B Szende. MD and J Tola; Semmelweis Medical Univ. Budapest, The American Journal of Surgery. Vol 122, Oct 1971 Smith, Kendric C, The Photobiological Basis of Low Level Laser Radiation Therapy, Stanford University School of Medicine; Laser Therapy, Vol. 3, No. 1, Jan – Mar 1991
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