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Using Photobiomodulation Therapy To Heal a Crushing Carpus Injury

Author: Renaud Houyoux, LVT

This case report highlights the role photobiomodulation (laser) therapy played in expediting the healing of a crushing carpus injury in a canine patient. The patient was presented after missing for 4 days and found with her leg caught in a steel trap.

Published: NAVTA Journal – Veterinary Nursing in Action. June/July 2018. Pgs 14-17

About the author(s)

Renaud Houyoux, LVT

Renaud “Ren” Houyoux studied at the Bel-Rea Institute in Denver, Colorado. Since then, he has practiced in multiple states at both general-practice and specialty-level facilities. His areas of interest include photobiomodulation therapy, regenerative medicine (platelet-rich plasma and stem cell therapy), and rehabilitation therapy. He teaches, writes, and speaks on these topics as the veterinary support specialist for Companion Animal Health, the veterinary division of LiteCure LLC.

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