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West Palm Beach, FL, February 15, 2015 – Dr. Bruce R. Coren, Cofounder and CEO of Technological Medical Advancements developer of the Diowave Laser Systems, www.diowavelaser.com, is announcing the availability of their cutting edge technology for treatment for both horse and rider.
TMA and Dr. Coren developers of the first FDA cleared high power therapeutic laser for pain management and wound healing in both human and veterinary medicine is now offering three (3) laser platforms ranging in power output from 15 to 60 watts to the Equine community. The 30 and 60-watt platforms offer the most powerful and advanced laser therapy technology in the world.
Since 2003, Dr. Coren has been a pioneer and pacesetter in the advancement of therapeutic laser therapy technology for neuro-musculoskeletal pain management and wound healing. Today, as high power laser therapy is widely recognized in the United States as a safe, pain-free and non-invasive medical procedure to accelerate the treatment and rehabilitation of various acute and chronic pain conditions, the company’s Class IV- High Power Laser Therapy (HPLT) devices are now used in hundreds of human and veterinary medical facilities throughout the United States, including prestigious medical schools such as Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell Veterinary School of Medicine, the Department of Defense, the VA System, the NCAA, NBA, NFL, MLB and all facets of small and large animal veterinary medicine. HPLT offers the ability to dramatically accelerate the recovery from all equine athlete injuries.
What differentiates the Diowave brand from all other therapy devices is that they offer the most powerful and advanced HPLT technology in the world. With higher power comes the ability to put significantly greater dosages of healing energy into every equine injury today’s owner is confronted with. According to CEO, Dr. Bruce R. Coren, the key to rapid injury recovery is the dosage and frequency of energy the horse receives. Typical therapy lasers and their protocols do not allow for adequate delivery of healing therapeutic energy. Having the availability of the laser on the farm allows for much greater frequency of treatment and ultimately leading to better and faster clinical outcomes for both horse and rider.
The mechanism of action for laser therapy comes from its ability, at the cellular level, to “bio-stimulate” tissue growth and repair. This results in accelerated wound healing as well as a dramatic decrease in pain, inflammation and scar tissue formation. Unlike all other treatment modalities, laser therapy actually “heals” tissue. Recent studies even show that laser stimulates the activation of stem cells, which are an integral part of the healing process. The Diowave brand of laser therapy works better than other lower power lasers because of the ability to penetrate significantly deeper into the body while simultaneously delivering vastly larger amounts of healing energy.
Although the technology has been around for many years it is just starting to find its way around the Wellington equestrian community. The laser can be found at several hunter jumper farms as well as with local veterinarian Haynes Stevens and physiotherapist Janus Marquis just to name a few. Recently veterinarian Omar Mahar introduced a 60-watt laser to a hunter jumper farm and the results were so impressive the farm purchased the laser.
For more information or to schedule an on-site demonstration for both horse and rider contact Dr. Bruce R. Coren, DVM, MS directly at 561-722-1153 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.