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COLD LASER THERAPY
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Today Camilla picked up a Cold Laser machine from her vet. He used one on her new dog and it stopped limping for a couple of weeks. Apparently the US is the only country that does not encourage the use of this on humans. 

The research that I have done did not turn up any bad side effects of its use on people. The possibility of getting pain relief without surgery or drugs is quite appealing to me. 

Does anyone here have any experience with this?  

Good, bad, or no difference?  

Please don’t go off on any anti government rant or conspiracy theory. (Already heard them all) This is to deal with the possible effects.
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Dogs don't lie....
So , do you think you'll give it a try ?
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no experience but I looked kinda into this for my hubby and his back pain but we never ended up buying the cold laser therapy machine. from what I remember it is kinda that catch 22 type thing, works for temporary pain relief on some people, others get like no effect. he was so on the fence whether to bother or not and he just kinda dropped talking about it. I think this is the kinda thing you just try and see how ya do. Any pain relief without drugs to me is a good thing but as it stimulates the surrounding tissues and veins etc and does all that stuff....I think I remember it saying to use it like 2-4 times a week and see how ya do and if you get results. Best of luck tho and if you try it out, give a report. I never did see any bad reviews cause I don't think the light that stimulates can 'hurt you' truly in any way ya know. I mean heck they sell the cold laser therapy machines at walmart HAHA
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So far it seems to make a difference in pain and mobility. 

My biggest problem is sitting still long enough to have it used on me. 

I am convinced that using it on a regular basis would make a real difference. Deciding what hurts the most is another problem.
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They use it here. Oddly it worked wonders on my gout attack and yet does nothing for my shoulder. Long term/side effects are unknown at this time. Nothing negative to report. Tried the shoulder three times. Nada.

Toe pain gone in sixty minutes. Lasts about four days.


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very cool GS you are getting some positive effects with it tho. Any improvement and less pain is always a great thing! Happy for ya!
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