SPECTRAVET VETERINARY LASER SYSTEMS

TFT Electronics is the official importer and service centre in Europe for the SpectraVet range of Professional Therapeutic Veterinary Laser Equipment, which is made in the USA . SpectraVET is the the top selling veterinary laser for good reasons - a well made products of high quality and specification that offers excellent value for money. All units come with a 36 month warranty on all parts & labour. Complete systems start from just over £63.09 a month* (Zeus Laser Unit & 500 Deep Probe).

We can offer a generous part exchange on your old laser therapy equipment and we also have low cost second hand refurbished laser therapy equipment, both medical and veterinary in stock. Please phone or see the link for details.

Each SpectraVet laser comes with a comprehesive set of treatment protocols and we have al Facebook page for SpectraVet owners to discuss and ask questions about laser treatment.

SpectraVet provide both Class 3B and Class 4 Laser Probes, as well as non-Laser LED probes. There is much confusion in the market place over which is best, Class 3B or Class 4. With some manufacturers pushing over priced Class 4 Lasers and stating Class 3B is unsuitable, its not surprising potential customers are confused. The reality is there are plenty of Class 4 lasers available that are too powerful for therapeutic applications (they can burn tissue) but also plenty of lower powered devices available that put out less power than a TV remote control. Only SpectraVet occupies the middle ground for veterinary applications, offering laser outputs that offer fast, effective and safe treatments. Most SpectraVet laser probes are close to the limits of Class 3B or slightly into the Class 4 range.

SpectraVET offers a choice of control units and a wide range of single and multi-laser probe configurations for both small and large animal therapies. New this year is a range of LED, superpulsed & dental probes.

The Pro2 laser unit features programable pulse frequencies and treatment times. The Zeus is a simpler lower cost unit with a fixed treatment timer and fixed CW output. Both are fully portable battery powered units and will run all the SpectraVET probes. 3 years parts and labour warranty comes as standard.

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Typical SpectraVet Packages

Small Animal

Small Animal Package - Pro2 Laser Unit, 810nm 500mW Deep Probe & 650nm 100mW Wound Probe. £102.38 per month*

Equine package

Equine Probe Package - Pro2 Laser Unit, 810nm 1000mW Deep Probe & 810nm 3000mW Multi Probe. £140.99 per month*

LED package

LED Probe Package - Pro2 Laser Unit, 660nm 1500mW LED Probe & 850nm 1000mW LED Probe. £119.24 per month*

dental package

Dental Probe Package - Pro2 Laser Unit, 650nm 100mW Dental Probe & 810nm 100mW Dental Probe. £113.80 per month*

*5 year lease purchase including VAT for UK established business customers arranged with Kennet Equipment Leasing

SpectraVET Laser Probes

As research brings to light optimal treatment parameters for existing and new applications, SpectraVET continually develops our range of laser probes to help our customers deliver the highest quality outcomes for the animals in their care.

What is Low Level Laser Therapy?

Low Level Laser Therapy, commonly known as LLLT (also cold laser, soft laser, LILT) is a form of phototherapy which involves the application of monochromatic and coherent light to injuries and lesions to stimulate healing.

Unlike non-coherent light emitting devices, such as common LEDs and so-called SLDs (usually just infrared LEDs), the coherent, monochromatic and polarised radiation emitted by LASER has unique, specific, and scientifically-proven effects that, at the 810nm wavelength primarily used by SpectraVET, persist deep into the tissue.

horse What is LLLT used for?

LLLT is used to increase the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair, resolve inflammation, and give pain relief.

It is an attractive form of treatment for animal athletes, due to the prospect of shorter recovery and lay-off times.

The portability of battery-powered diode laser systems enables treatment to be carried out in the barn, the trailer, or in the field, allowing the immediate and therefore more effective treatment of equine sports injuries, such as muscle tears, haematomas, and tendinopathies

Why SpectraVET?

SpectraVET offers fast effective treatment of musculoskeletal injuries commonly suffered by performance animals, and is rugged and powerful enough for the most demanding user.

The SpectraVET base unit is housed in a tough aluminium case to protect it from everyday knocks and bumps, and the laser probes are machined from aircraft-grade aluminium.

  A range of standard and custom probe configurations in available to suit every budget and application. New probes can be added at any time, ensuring SpectraVET can adapt as your needs change.

 

Now CE marked for sale in Europe the SpectraVet range provides excellent value for money & reliability.

 

More about laser therapy:-

What is Low Level Laser Therapy?

Low Level Laser Therapy, commonly known as LLLT, is a form of phototherapy which involves the application of low power monochromatic and coherent light to injuries and lesions to stimulate healing.

Unlike non-coherent light emitting devices, such as common LEDs and so-called SLDs (usually just infrared LEDs), the coherent, monochromatic and polarised radiation emitted by LASER has unique, specific, and scientifically-proven effects that persist deep into the tissue.

LLLT is used to increase the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair, resolve inflammation, and give pain relief. The technical term often used to describe this form of therapy is 'photobiostimulation'.

Clinical Uses of LLLT

There are a number of potential clinical uses for LLLT, such as those in medical, dental, acupuncture, podiatric, chiropractic, osteopathic, and cosmetic applications. The most popular applications of LLLT are in veterinary, physiotherapy, and acupuncture practice.

The portability and diversity of battery and mains-powered diode laser systems allows treatment to be carried out in clinical, hospital, and field locations. This opens up possibilities for the immediate and therefore more effective treatment of sporting and athletic injuries, such as muscle tears, haematomas, and tendinopathies.

It is an attractive form of treatment for both human and animal athletes, especially those involved in professional sports, due to the prospect of shorter recovery and lay-off times.

This applies equally to the veterinary use of LLLT, which has applications in both large and small animal therapy. It is especially popular in the treatment of sporting horses and racing greyhounds.

Advances over Other Modes of Therapy

LLLT has been found to offer superior healing and pain relieving effects compared to other electrotherapeutic modalities, especially in the early stages of acute injuries, and for chronic problems. LLLT can also be used for Acupuncture Point stimulation.

LLLT is a universal method of treating muscle, tendon, ligament, connective tissue, bone and skin tissue with one simple piece of equipment, however, the best results are achieved when it is used to complement other treatment modalities.

Importantly for athletes, LLLT is a non-invasive, drug-free modality that can be applied on competition day without risking disqualification by drug-vetting tests.

How Does It Work?

The effects of LLLT are photochemical and photomechanical, not thermal. Photons enter the tissue and are absorbed in the mitochondria and at the cell membrane by photoreceptive molecules called chromophores. Photonic energy is converted to chemical energy within the cell, and is utilised in the form of ATP.

Treatable Conditions

Low-Level Laser has been shown to be effective in, but not limited to, the treatment of the following indications:

Infra-Red Wavelengths:

§         Sprains & strains

§         Haematomas

§         Ligament & tendon injuries, bowed tendon

§         Inflammation

§         Joint injuries

§         Myofascial trigger points, pain points and deep-tissue acupuncture points

§         Chronic & acute pain

§         Non-union & small-bone fractures, pedal bone

Visible Red Wavelengths:

§         Open wounds & abrasions

§         Superficial acupuncture points

§         Mucous membranes

§         Post-surgical wounds

Conclusion

As each year passes, scientifically-conducted clinical trials and in-vitro research find more and more applications in which LLLT is not only appropriate, but is more effective than conventional methods of treatment. Quite simply, LLLT works!

 

 

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