"Since adding the Class 4 laser therapy to our practice, we have seen an increase in the number of pets that were previously on pain medications be able to discontinue those or decrease the dosage. This has been a tremendous help with hot spots, lick granulomas, ear infections and other skin conditions that were just being "maintained" previously. We use this machine to treat something every day that we see pets, from post-op therapy to longer maintenance it has added an undeniable benefit to our practice. We have even had a few clients come to us because we now offer this service. I am very pleased with the results of using this therapy. The results we have observed from this machine is proof enough that the Jay Ray class 4 laser therapy truly performs as was explained and we are excited to continue to grow our practice with this option available for clients."
Libby Ratcliff (RVT & Practice Manager) | Fling Pet Clinic, Hillsboro, Ohio
Veterinary High-Dose Laser Therapy
The J-Ray Class IV Veterinary Laser is the premier, best-priced, state-of-the-art physical therapy and rehabilitation laser available for veterinarians.
This innovative laser also allows for minor surgeries when performed by a trained veterinary professional.
When you purchase the 30w J-Ray, you will
receive a turnkey tool kit needed to begin providing
therapy and rehabilitation within minutes – vs. hours.
Our INTELITECH software guides you or your therapist
through every phase of treatment with just a few simple
touches on the J-Ray programming screen.
J-Ray High Dose Laser Therapy System
When you combine more power with the correct wavelengths you get deeper penetration, faster treatment times and the ideal therapeutic dosage, so you can treat difficult conditions, and get better clinical results.
The J-Ray lasers can deliver considerably more therapeutic laser energy than all other Class II and III therapy lasers available on today’s current market. The J-Ray Lasers were engineered to produce the optimal power and protocols for Veterinary Clinics and Mobile Practices. Energy does equal penetration!
The optimal therapeutic wavelength of 810 nm & 980nm are used for maximum penetration and efficacy, with choice of operating modes from continuous wave (CW); single pulse & pulsed modes.
Biological Effects of High Dose Laser Therapy
Accelerated Tissue Repair And Cell Growth – accelerate cellular reproduction and growth. Cells of cartilage, bone, tendons, ligaments and muscles are repaired faster as a result of exposure to laser light.
Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation – Laser therapy reduces the formation of scar tissue following tissue damage and acute and chronic inflammatory processes.
Anti-Inflammation – Laser light therapy has an anti-inflammatory effect, causes vasodilation and activation of the lymphatic drainage system, reducing swelling caused by biomechanical stress, trauma, overuse, or systemic conditions.
Analgesia – Laser therapy has a beneficial effect on pain through the suppression of nerve signal transmission over unmyelinated c-fibers that transmit pain to the brain. Another pain blocking mechanism involves the production of high levels of pain killing chemicals such as endorphins and enkephalins from the brain and adrenal gland.
Improved Vascular Activity – Laser light will significantly increase the formation of new capillaries (angiogenesis) in damaged tissue that will speed up the healing process.
Increased Metabolic Activity – Laser therapy creates higher outputs of specific enzymes
Improved Nerve Function – accelerates the process of nerve cell regeneration and increases the amplitude of action potentials
Immunoregulation – stimulation of immunoglobulins and lymphocytes
Stimulates Trigger Points and Acupuncture Points – stimulates muscle trigger points, restoration of muscular tonus and balance
The J-Ray—A Wave that makes a True Difference
CONDITIONS THAT CAN BE TREATED WITH J-RAY INCLUDE:
Acral Lick Granuloma Ablation
Anal Sac Abcessation
Back and Muscle Soreness
Chronic Ulcer Debridement and Sterilization
Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture – Debridement
Cutaneous Masses – Tags, Inclusion Cysts, Papillomas
Deep Mass Removal
Dental Conditions (Surigical and Non-Surgical)
Disc and Neurologic Pathologies
Epiphysitis, Carpitis, Sesamoiditis
Graft Bed Preparation – Infected Wounds
Granulation Tissue Shaving
Hepatic Carcinoma – Partial Hepatic
Laminitis and Navicular Disease
Mast Cell Tumors
Non-Specific Dermatological Conditions
Pre- and Post-Surgical Hard/Soft Tissue Trauma
Tendon Suspensory and Ligament Disorders
Wound Healing (Acute or Chronic)
15—30 mm Telescoping Therapy Handpiece
Focus Therapy Handpiece
Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Therapy Handpiece