RE-SCHEDULED: Therapy Laser Treatment Webinar To Be Held June 29

Seminar hosted by Companion Therapy Laser is scheduled for June 29th.

Updated: Friday, June 25, 2010, 6:24 p.m., EDT

Companion Therapy Laser is launching a free webinar series for veterinarians and veterinary technicians on therapy laser treatments and the integration of Class IV therapy lasers into small animal practices.

The first session, “An Introduction to 2010’s Top Technology for Small Animal Practices,” will be held 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. (EDT) on Tuesday, June 29.

Webinar host John Godbold Jr., DVM, will discuss how therapy laser technology can be integrated into a small animal practice and how the use of the laser can improve the quality of patients’ lives, retain clients, attract new clients and increase profits.

Dr. Godbold is the owner of Stonehaven Park Veterinary Hospital in Jackson, Tenn., and has more than 10 years of veterinary laser experience.

Laser therapy provides a non-invasive, drug-free treatment alternative for companion pets and can be used to treat ailments such as arthritis; degenerative joint disease; back pain; muscle, ligament and tendon injuries; hip dysplasia; and sprains, according to LiteCure, the manufacturer of Companion Therapy Laser.

The series will continue on July 22 and Aug. 5. Topics had not yet been determined at press time.

Click here to register.

LiteCure is based in Newark, Del.

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