Laser applications for veterinary medicine: this is the focus of the two days’ seminar (12/13th June) organised by ASAlaser at the Kasetsart University in Bangkok (Thailand) with the collaboration of O’Square, the local partner. The largest Vet university in South-East Asia, which looks after a daily average of 500 animals and whose devices include Mphi Vet Orange, was the stage for speeches by eminent professionals specialised in rehabilitation, acupuncture, exotic animals and the treatment of wounds and stomatitis. The vast range of successful cases presented by the specialists represented an important addition to the theoretical session entrusted to Dr Patrick Herbots (a Belgian veterinary doctor with a sound knowledge in the laser field) who analysed MLS® Laser Therapy, underlining its safety and effectiveness compared with other low and high-power lasers he had personally tested. “The specialist – pointed out Giacomo Granozio, the ASAlaser Area Manager – also confirmed that MLS® Laser Therapy was the only solution with appropriate power capable of providing amazing results without compromising on safety”.
Where Laser Therapy catalysed the speeches on the first day, the second one focused on laser puncture, thanks to the speech by a specialist in traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (Dr Pitchayanin Chomsiriwat) and to hands-on sessions dedicated to the topics analysed on 12th June (rehabilitation, acupuncture, exotic animals and the treatment of wounds and stomatitis). The different animals treated (dogs, cats and many exotic species animals such as snakes, iguanas, rabbits) enabled participants to experience first-hand not just the ease of use of MLS®, but also the value of the results which can be obtained. “Participants to the seminar not only showed great interest in gathering information concerning physical therapy and rehabilitation – Granozio continues – but also great reactivity by lending themselves to a direct discussion in order to obtain further details, in particular concerning the treatment of skin issues and of stomatitis. Moreover, we can only state our satisfaction in relation to the feedback obtained at the end of the course; the proof that ASA’s strategy in disseminating an informed and extensive culture of Laser Therapy in the veterinary sector as well is a winning one”.