Photoceuticals: A non-invasive, drug-free, complete laser therapy approach to care
What are “photoceuticals”? Photoceuticals are validated through clinical studies and use light in a specific dose to produce safe, and reproducible outcomes. Targeted laser therapy treatments can be used to reduce, or in some cases, eliminate the need for NSAIDs.
Through scientific investigation, we can now optimize the desired biological effect to provide photochemical (healing and immune response), photophysical (analgesia) or thermomechanical (regenerative) tissue responses. An ideal photoceutical device delivers optimal doses of light energy using a combination of curated wavelengths and the ideal frequency of exposure to produce targeted outcomes. These targeted treatments improve quality of life and support the continuum of care over the span of a pet’s plan of care, and life.
Pain Medication, via IV – During surgery, Rufus gets his first dose of analgesic via IV
High-Dose Laser Therapy – Delivered post-surgically to his wound and surrounding tissue to quickly reduce pain
Antiobiotics, via injection – Rufus gets a long-acting injectable antibiotic to protect him when he’s ready for at-home recovery
Tissue-Healing Optimized Dose of Laser Therapy – Delivered to the damaged tissue to stimulated regeneration of the injured tissue
Antiobiotics, via Oral Medication, Pet-Owner Administered – Pet owner gives at-home dose of antibiotics to continue protecting Rufus
Long-Term Care Laser, via At-Home Device, Pet-Owner Administered – Pet owner maintains healing with dose of laser optimized for long-term care
A Photoceutical approach to care provides the right laser therapy tool in the toolbox for every condition, and every stage of care. The foundational goal with photoceuticals is to relieve pain, but which tool you’ll use will depend on your patient’s needs.
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