Excellent sites to increase your understanding of laser or PEMF therapy, and to acquaint you with valuable products and services for your four legged friends!
Jorgensen Laboratories, our laser distributor to veterinary practices, is now in its fourth decade of providing high quality veterinary specialty instruments and animal health products to the veterinary practitioner. This family owned business consists of veterinarians who, not only know how these specialty instruments are used, but who have actually used these instruments in veterinary practice. Their experience, together with the ideas and products designed by other veterinary colleagues has made it possible to bring to the animal health market new or refined practical products that are needed and used regularly in the animal health field.
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Dr. Debbie Gross Saunders
Dr. Debbie Gross Saunders is a renowned Physical Therapist with a long list of impressive canine clients. At her busy practice in Connecticut, she provides rehabilitation therapy for hundreds of sick and injured patients, including laser and PEMF. On her site you can make an appointment and order one of her books and videos, and learn more about her nutritional supplements. Dr. Saunders is on the staff of the U. of Tennessee Canine Rehabilitation program, as well as a frequent lecturer on canine rehabilitation.
The Canine Rehabilitation Institute
The Canine Rehabilitation Institute provides veterinary and physical therapy professionals with top-notch training in canine rehabilitation. Founded by Dr. Janet Van Dyke, classes are small and learning is hands-on with dogs on site providing real-life lessons in anatomy and biomechanics. Their instructors are recognized leaders in their fields — and they love to teach. They have also managed busy referral practices so they understand the business as well as the science of canine rehabilitation.
We have worked with Tom Meyers since 1990. For the last 12 years, he has worked with equine athletes in all disciplines: Western, Arabian, Hunter-jumpers, Three-day Eventers and Dressage. He has worked at all Olympic and World Equestrian Game trials since 1995 and at Aachen in 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2007. He was the U.S. team physiotherapist for the 1996 Olympics and the 2006 World Games. One of his clients is three-time Olympian Steffen Peters. Steffen’s 1996 Olympic horse, Udon, at 18 years old and with two suspensory injuries had his best test ever and retired sound. Another Olympian client of Tom’s is Debbie McDonald, who with her mare, Brentina, became the first American to claim the title World Cup Dressage Champion in 2003. Tom’s friendly, no-nonsense approach has won him the loyalty and gratitude of all of his clients.
We have worked with David Cole since 1988 to bring laser and PEMF to Quarter Horse enthusiasts. He has experience in the laser & pulsed magnetic therapy business, as well as 43 years in the horse business, and can help you with both your equipment needs and with your proper treatments. David spends a lot of time and energy to help his customers use laser and PEMF to its greatest advantage, and has a wonderful reputation of helping. A client stated recently,
“100% improvement... he has gained weight, the muscles have relaxed, he is walking and staying up much longer in his stall and the really great new is that the jugular veins are starting to move... they told me 6 months before I would see any change and in just 10 days you can see and feel the difference. You’re the BEST David !!!”
Medical Laser Systems
If you are searching for a laser which has been cleared for use in human medicine, go to this site to learn about the Luminex Laser. At Medical Laser Systems, Inc., a team of professionals is committed to providing laser therapists and laser acupuncturists with the superior service they deserve, and with their Luminex Laser Therapy System, helping them achieve the outstanding results they are seeking.
The purpose of NAALT is to be a forum for Laser Therapy Practitioners in North America (Mexico, USA and Canada). Their intention is to promote phototherapy as a valid treatment, and to improve understanding of photobiological mechanisms, basic laser physics, safety, treatment parameters, techniques, regulatory issues and reimbursement.