There is a valuable association between MLS® Laser Therapy and dermatological diseases. The "made in ASA" therapeutic solution in fact enables quickly solving common problems among dogs and cats such as lacerated/contused or infected wounds, feline abscesses, perianal fistulas, superficial and deep pyoderma, acral dermatitis and calluses, without any stress for the patient. "In addition to also being a support for chronic otitis for managing the inflammatory, oedema and pain process": its further effectiveness is specified by Dr Giovanni Ghibaudo (Malpensa Veterinary Clinic of Samarate - Varese, Italy) who has been dealing with veterinary dermatological disorders for about 20 years.
"Whilst attending several Italian Vet congresses, I became aware of MLS® Laser Therapy and, intrigued, I wanted to learn more. I had already been using surgical lasers for oncological and inflammatory dermatological disorders, therefore I decided to test its usefulness concretely". Results? MLS® has been used at his Clinic for several years.
Q. The direct test of the therapy must have given good results... What convinced you to adopt it?
A. First of all its cross-cutting nature: MLS® is a laser specifically dedicated to therapy, which, by combining various protocols, can be used in a large number of pathological issues and clinical cases. Furthermore, the combination and synergy of several wavelengths which qualifies and distinguishes this Laser Therapy allows maximising the effects in terms of efficacy.
Q. Did the Mphi Vet device also represent a discriminant when choosing?
A. Yes, because of its versatility and flexibility, combined with the practical and intuitive use.
Q. What tips the scale though is always the patient...
A. Knowing that the Laser Therapy sessions do not involve any stress for the animal was a crucial factor for me and a reassuring one for owners who, appropriately informed about the methods of its use and the quality of the obtainable results, very often enthusiastically accept its use. Bringing a series of successful cases to the owners’ attention is another incentive.
Q. Among these cases do you remember one that is particularly representative?
A. Among the many, I remember the story of a mixed-breed dog suffering from deep pyoderma caused by a multi-resistant staphylococcus. The use of local therapies with antimicrobial disinfectants and systemic antibiotics had not given the desired results. Simply combining MLS® Laser Therapy with wound settings and increasing the Hertz for 3 weekly sessions was enough to see it heal from the bacterial skin infection.