Erchonia EVL Laser!

The EVL Violet Laser System is the latest Erchonia invention with a super handy format of a ‘Smartphone’. It has a very user-friendly graphical interface (GUI) and a sleek wireless design. The EVL operates at a wavelength between 405nm and 635nm. The EVL Laser offers the therapist an innovative tool for an extensive range of new treatment methods for animal disorders. The EVL Violet laser system comes with an easy-to-use system with already installed protocols for dogs, cats, horses and exotics. For each animal already programmed channels.

* “This device is exclusively for Veterinary professionals or Scientific purposes. For other use, adequate education is required “

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Erchonia EVL Laser

UNIQUE EVL VIOLET LASER SYSTEM FOR VETERINARIANS
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EVL~Violet Laser System                   *Powerful Handheld Technology

The EVL Violet Laser System is the newest Erchonia handheld laser in “smartphone” size with a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) and a sleek new cord free design. Operating at a wavelength of 405nm and 635nm, the EVL Laser provides the practitioner with an innovative tool for a whole new array of animal ailments. The EVL Violet Laser System comes with easy to use preset protocols for canine, equine, feline, exotics and user-programmable channels.

When you choose EVL pain relief lasers for your veterinary clinic, you’re getting more than just a traditional low-level laser. The EVL laser system is designed with both red and violet lasers to offer varying wavelengths for a greater range of treatment options within one device. The red laser is appreciated for its superb healing qualities, while the violet laser provides anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. Together, the two lasers allow veterinarians to safely and effectively treat an exceptional range of conditions.

* “This device is exclusively for Veterinary professionals or Scientific purposes. For other use, adequate education is required “

A NEW, INNOVATIVE TOOL IN ANIMAL CARE

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been used for pain relief in humans for over 50 years. Now, veterinarians have the option to harness this innovative technology as an alternative treatment option to provide animals with notable pain relief.

The laser’s low levels of light penetrate animals’ bodies without intrusion to alter cellular functions, naturally reducing oxidative stress and encouraging cellular production of ATP. Unlike drugs and traditional surgery, Erchonia’s lasers for vets are entirely harmless to animals, causing no pain, scarring or adverse side effects. The animals remain awake throughout the procedure and experience no downtime — some of the many reasons why pain relief lasers are an ideal choice for any veterinarian looking to keep their patients as happy and healthy as possible.

BENEFITS OF ERCHONIA PAIN RELIEF LASERS FOR VETERINARIANS

Throughout the years, researchers have explored many medical uses for low-level lasers, and many more are still being discovered and approved. Veterinarians currently use the innovative technology to reduce discomfort in animals from conditions such as:

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic infections
  • Non-healing wounds
  • Pain and inflammation
  • Skin allergies

The broad use of the device’s red and violet lasers make it ideal in treating a range of cases in dogs, cats, horses and exotic animals alike, making it suitable for any veterinary clinic. Contact us to plan a visit from our specialist to show you all about the EVL red and violet laser system for your clinic, or to book an appointment for your animal.

CASE STUDIES WITH ERCHONIA LASER

Swans Attacked by Coyotes

Dr. Don Mccune
Surprise, AZ

Resolution of a Large Non-Healing Wound in a Dog With Frequency-Specific Low Level Laser Therapy:  A Case Report
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association Journal Fall 2013
Jeff Grognet, DVM, BSc & Louise Janes, BSc
Qualicum Beach, BC, CAN

Guinea Pig with Uroliths, Crystalluria and recent Stranguria with Hematuria
Madeline Yamate, DVM, CVA
Davis, CA

Soft Tissue Wound from Vehicle
Oklahoma State University Teaching Hospital – Stillwater, OK

Integrating Low-Level Lasers into Practice
By Patricia Brown, DVM, Ph.D.
For The Education Center
Veterinary Practice News January 2013

Laser Therapy Healed Equine Leg Wounds Faster in Oklahoma State Study
By Lou Anne Epperley, DVM
Veterinary Practice News December 2012

Low-Level Lasers:  Less is More
By Janet Jordon Palm, DVM, CVCP
Veterinary Practice News December 2012

Necrosis of the Scapula Dog Wound Healing with the Erchonia Laser
Dave Huff, DVM
Plantation Animal Hospital – Clayton, NC

Complementary Therapies
Patricia Brown, DVM, PhD
Animal Health Options – Magnolia, TX

Ride the Wave…Equestrians Using Veterinary Cold Laser Therapy for Training, Rehabilitation and Preparation for National Convention
Interview with Jill Todd, DVM, CVA, CVCP

The Effect of Low Level Laser Therapy on the Healing of Equine Bilateral Distal Hindlimb Wounds
Veterinary Wound Management Society
Hank Jann, DVM, MS, DAVCS
Oklahoma State University – Stillwater, OK

Quick Wound Healing with the Erchonia Laser – Dog Hit by Car
Kevin Van Nostrand, DC
Spinal Health and Rehab – Punta Gorda, FL

Canine Wound Healing with Erchonia Laser Throatlatch Surgery
Dick Vetter, DVM
Buckley, WA

Cat Biopsy Diagnosis Edematous Granulation Tissue with Severe Neutrophilic and Granulomatous Cellulitis
Sharon A Johnson, DVM
Burlington, NJ

Barb Wire Horse Wound
Patricia Brown, DVM, PhD
Animal Hospital Options – Magnolia, TX

Wolf Atrophy in Hind Leg Muscles
Dr. C.M. Sidell and Dr. S.A. Sidell, Doctors of Chiropractic
Riverside Wellness Center – Gorham, NH

Prostate Surgery and Decreased Urination
Luke Arnett, DC
Dallas, TX

 

Pain Free Pets – NY/NJ Veterinarian Offers Laser Treatments
Paralyzed Legs and Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Jill Elliott, DVM
North Bergen, NJ

Animal Hospital Puts Priority on Preventive Treatment for Pets
Dr. Michael Frisch and Dr. Tom Griffith
Palm Beach Animal Hospital – Palm Beach, FL

I Get a Leg Injury, My Dog Gets One in Sympathy?
Dogster
Jill Elliott, DVM – North Bergen, NJ

Seven Month Old Chihuahua Puppy Has Surgery to Repair Two Broken Legs and a Fractured Pelvis
Houston Cronicle
Daniel Kainer Jr., DVM
Kainer Veterinary Clinic – The Woodlands, TX

Erchonia Laser Therapy Helps Dog Walk Again
Houston Cronicle
Daniel Kainer Jr., DVM
Kainer Veterinary Clinic – The Woodlands, TX

Frequency-Specific Low-Level Lasers and the Canine Competitor
Clean Run
Trish Kallenbach, DVM, CVCP
The Healing Place – Crystal River, FL

Laser Helps Dog Be His Old Self Again
Denise Mathre, D.C.
Amador Chiropractic Wellness Center – Jackson, CA 95642

Oklahoma State University Miss Lynn Wound Case Study
Hank Jann, DVM, MS, DAVCS
Stillwater, OK

Erchonia Laser Treatment on Epileptic and Laryngeal Paralysis Dog
Charlie Timmemran, DVM
Aiken Veterinary Clinic – Aiken, SC

Erchonia Lasers on Pets and People Video Testimonial – Core Component
Caroline Bartley, DC
Active Health Chiropractic – Denver, CO

Horse Wound Healing with the Erchonia Laser
Barbie Phillips, DC
Family Wellness Center – Woodward, OK

Soft Tissue Sarcoma – Daisy Munoz
Scott Bradley, DVM
The Ark Animal Clinic – Las Vegas, NV

Laberdoodle Lameness from Hip Dysplasia
Jeff Grognet, DVM & Louise Janes, DVM
Mid Isle Vet Hospital – Quailicum Beach , BC

Lumbar Back Pain
Jeff Grognet, DVM & Louise Janes, DVM
Mid Isle Vet Hospital – Quailicum Beach , BC

Acute Disc in Neck
Jeff Grognet, DVM & Louise Janes, DVM
Mid Isle Vet Hospital – Quailicum Beach , BC

Dementia
Jeff Grognet, DVM & Louise Janes, DVM
Mid Isle Vet Hospital – Quailicum Beach , BC

Burke Animal Clinic Survey Results:  VOM and Laser Treatments
John Herrity, DVM
Burke Aniamal Clinic – Burke, VA

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