"This dog could not walk 4 days ago. After J-Ray laser therapy, the results speak for themselves. One treatment (9000 J) on day 1, two treatments each on day 2, 3, 4. She can now walk, pee and poo on her own!! Another success story!!'
Blue, a 2-year old Bernese Mountain Dog, owned by Chris and Kurt in Smyrna, Delaware, suffered from pyotraumatic dermatits. Their veterinarian, Dr. Laurie Dohmen, recommended laser therapy, and the J-Ray Class 4 Laser System to the rescue!
PYOTRAUMATIC dermatitis is a skin problem induced by self-inflicted trauma as a result of attempts by the patient to alleviate pain or pruritus.
Historically the condition was termed “summer eczema”, as many cases occur at that time of the year. It has also been classified as a surface pyoderma. Although bacteria may be found in lesions, true hot spots are not skin infections, and they do not usually respond to antibacterial therapy alone.
These horses were lame and having difficulty in movement. Following laser therapy treatment with the J-Ray laser by their veterinarian, they are walking and trotting without pain.