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Laser Therapy: Management of Exotic Species and Bird Disorders, Pain and Rehabilitation
This free 1 hour webinar with CPD credits will explain how laser therapy photobiomodulation can be a key therapy for the exotic veterinary team:
- Minimally invasive, well tolerated and easy to administer
- Stimulate bone and surrounding tissue healing
- Improve clinical outcomes post surgery rehabilitation
- Explain how it can be used for management of acute and osteoarthritic pain
- Improved Avian Wing Tip Oedema and Pododermatitis indications
- Accelerate Plastron healing and Infectious wound injuries

Treating exotic species is challenging in the clinical setting due to the limited licensed drugs, ability to handle and delivery some medications, and dangerous nature of some zoo animal species. Class IV laser therapy can be used alongside conventional surgical and medical therapies to improve multi-modal management of a wide variety of musculoskeletal and internal organ disorders. It can also be delivered at a distance from the animal or outside its cage giving enhanced compliance to the animal and safety for the animal carer.

What are the key features that allow Photons of Light to Stimulate Biological Tissues?
How can it help Vets, Nurses, Physios, Hydrotherapists and Animal Therapists to improve clinical rehabilitation, pain management and general bone healing?

This topic will be discussed by Laser Therapy Consultant Dr Stephen Barabas, who will explain the principles, present scientific evidence, and answer your questions live.

A 1 hour CPD certificate will be provided to attendees.

Feb 8, 2022 08:00 PM in London

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Dr. Stephen Barabas BSc BVMS MRCVS
Clinical Director and Veterinary Surgeon @VBS Direct and VBS Medical Ltd
Stephen Barabas is a graduate of Glasgow University veterinary medicine and zoology faculties. He runs two companies: VBS Direct, providing innovative equipment services to vet surgeons, nurses and physiotherapists, including K-Laser, VPET regenerative medical PRP products, digital surgical technologies and high-grade pet supplements; and a human medical company, VBS Medical, that works directly with the NHS, sports franchises and private healthcare using Class IV K-Laser therapy (treating diabetic wounds, acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain syndromes). He is an Honorary Laser Consultant at St Thomas and Guy’s Hospital in London. Previously, he has worked in small and mixed veterinary practice, and as a government vet in Cumbria during the 2001 Foot and Mouth outbreak. He was a technical director for pet supplement company, and Schering-Plough, both within the UK, USA and Internationally. He was past President of Central Vet Society and London Regional BVA