Nothing works like Bowen!

So when it came time to finding a great addition to my Practice, it was really important to add an extra BONUS therapy that was equally non invasive, equally gentle, and equally effective as Bowen.

Equally non invasive and equally gentle made the cut, but equally effective...didn't. 

There just isn't a more effective therapy than Dog Bowen Therapy!

That said, it was my intention to add that little extra zing of therapy when needed.

I did a ton of research and met with several companies and in the end I was very comfortable with choosing Cold Laser Therapy.

Having used the Laser in my Practice for several months, I can confidently say, "Cold Laser Therapy is a perfect Bonus add on to Bowen!"

Did you note that I mentioned BONUS!

Laser Therapy is an absolutely FREE add on to your dogs ~ Dog Bowen Therapy sessions.


Because it is as equally important to me as it is to you to do everything possible to restore your dogs mobility.

You're welcome:)

Here's the low down on this added Bonus...


What is Cold Laser Therapy?

Cold Laser Therapy, also known as Low level laser therapy is a painless, sterile, non-invasive, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of pain syndromes, injuries, wounds, fractures, neurological conditions and pathologies. Laser therapy can be used any time an animal is in need of a drug-less procedure for the control of pain, when conventional therapies have been ineffective, or when the acceleration of healing from injuries is desired.

How Does Laser Light Heal?

Healing with the use of light is not new. Light therapy was reported to be effective for many conditions by Hippocrates. With the development of the laser and its special properties, using light as a treatment has gained more popularity. This is because we can now use specific wavelengths of light and give accurately measured doses of energy directly to the appropriate treatment site, which was not possible with other light sources.

Low level lasers supply energy to the body in the form of non-thermal photons of light. Light is transmitted through the skin's layers (the dermis, epidermis and the subcutaneous tissue or tissue fat under the skin) at all wavelengths in the visible range. However, light waves in the near infrared ranges penetrate the deepest of all light waves in the visible spectrum. When low level laser light waves penetrate deeply into the skin, they optimize the immune responses of our blood. This has both anti-inflammatory and immunostimulate effects. It is a scientific fact that light transmitted to the blood in this way has positive effects throughout the whole body, supplying vital oxygen and energy to every cell.

What to Expect During a Laser Therapy Treatment Session

Laser therapy is very soothing and most animals will relax once the treatment is started. It is common for animals to fall asleep during laser therapy. Most laser treatments will be done with the laser probe in contact with the skin. ( except for wound treatment ) This will allow for excellent light penetration as well as a comforting massage-like sensation for the animal.

It is common that multiple joints will be treated during one laser treatment session.

Following (and even during) a laser therapy session, approximately 75-80% of animals being treated will display an immediate improvement in their condition. This will depend primarily on the type of condition and the length of time the condition has been present.