TheraLaser – Horse Cold Laser Testimonials
TheraLaser Success – a Testimonial
On November 25th a customer by the innitals of JN purchased a Theralaser T2000 to use on her injured filly (young horse). The leg was so damaged that the poor filly could have easily been put down, but this dedicated horse lover took the time and care to put it to the laser test. JN wrote me the following and sent a photo as well that is included.
Ok, what do you think? Here are the initial pictures. Same day of injury. Not a lot of swelling yet. But, you can really see the depth of the injury. Tuesday, Nov. 25th, 2006.
On December 23rd JN emailed me with the following summary of progress on her filly:
it will be 4 weeks out this coming Saturday, the 23rd. She is very hard to get pictures of. I thought I got a few good ones, but, these are the only ones you can really see. :( I think the tissue looks very healthy and is filling in nicely. It is still extremely swollen, but I would think it would take a few months to get all the swelling down as with any injury. ? That is white hair above the injury site. This is the right rear leg, medial side. Below the swelling, in the white part of the hoof, you can’t really see it (because of the swelling) but, there is a cut into the hoof wall itself. The laceration went right down into the hoof about 1/4″ deep and approx. 1/8″ wide. At this time, she is putting the foot down, however, not really bearing weight on it. I have her on a high protein diet, and am lasering her 2x a day. I have to wait and catch her while she is lying down or it is next to impossible. Just getting it wrapped again is a real feat! Lol Well, let me know what you think of the progress. Thanks, chat soon, JN
On January 8th JN sent me the following email with good news on the progress of her filly.
Well, I am happy to say she (the filly) has started bearing weight on that foot now. In fact, she is actually walking on it, well, limping on it. I am very happy with that though as I was starting to worry. So, so far, so good! Will send more pictures soon! Take Care, JN
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