Remedia Lasers Selects Whitegate PR Inc. as Agency of Record for new Dog Med Laser
The Dog Med Laser is the only certified laser approved for safe and effective at-home use to treat pain and accelerate wound healing for your pets.
In the US, 95% of pet owners consider their pets to be part of the family, according to a survey conducted by Harris Poll. Pet owners today will go above and beyond to help keep their animal companions healthy and happy. With this said, as much as we love our pets, most owners are incapable of making daily trips to a clinic for laser treatments due to expenses and time.
The Dog Med Laser is a safe, effective, zero risk device for temporary pain relief, reduction of inflammation, and faster wound closure. It has been designed specifically for use on dogs (and cats) suffering from musculoskeletal conditions like osteoarthritis (AR), hip and elbow dysplasia, spinal disks conditions and patellar luxation.
In addition, the Dog Med Laser can be used for accelerating wound closure on dogs. This could include post op surgery wound or wounds causes by accident, lacerations and bite wounds, skin abrasion, punctures, insect bites, etc. Acceleration of wound closure is important in order to avoid and reduce wound infection. The sooner the wound is closed the sooner the risk of infection will disappear. It will also limit the amount of days your pet must wear of the debilitating cone of shame.
The Dog Med Laser has also been designed to temporary reduce local inflammation and edema. If inflammation is reduced, the associated pain is also reduced or eliminated, but for a limited time. Like all medications proposed for pain and inflammation relief, the Dog Med Laser application results are temporary. Applications must be done daily, twice a day if possible, for better results.
How the Dog Med Laser Works:
To put it simply? Lasers emit concentrated light which in turn affect how cells behave in living organisms.
Every light visible or invisible is composed of photons. Light is in fact invisible and what you see is the reflection of photons bouncing off things. An example of the action of photons you may be familiar with is photosynthesis, the process by which plants use sunlight to synthesize foods from carbon dioxide and water. Photosynthesis in plants generally involves the green pigment chlorophyll and generates oxygen as a byproduct. Without light, there is no life.
The second example is tanning. The sun's UV photons stimulate melanocytes cells located in human skin to increase production of melanin (melanogenesis)
As in nature, laser diodes photons delivered by Low Level Lasers stimulate the cells inside human and animal bodies to perform specific tasks like reducing or temporarily eliminating pain, reducing inflammation and accelerating the multiplication of cells to close non-infected wounds faster.
In essence, Low Level Lasers like the Dog Med Laser teach nerve cells to not communicate the sensation of pain to the brain, resulting in pain relief.
Low Level Lasers have been proven safe over the years with no negative secondary affects ever recorded when applied onto humans or animals since their first market approval by the FDA in 2002. The Dog Med Laser does not burn, does not generate heat, does not generate hitching and there are no risks to the eyes. In fact, no protective eyewear is needed for Class 2 Lasers. This groundbreaking technology has been certified safe for human and animal use, and home use.
The Dog Med Laser is the solution to deliver a much better quality of life to your furry best friend. Product will retail for $500 and will be available for purchase in February 2018. For instructions and precautions for customers on how to treat their pets, please visit: https://www.dogmedlaser.com/