Diowave High-Power Stealth Micro-Pulse Technology in Veterinary Practices

By Bruce R. Coren, DVM, MS Founder of Class IV Laser Therapy

Over the past several years, laser therapy has been changing the way veterinarians are practicing pain management and wound healing. Therapy lasers help manage pain and accelerate faster recover from injury, disease and surgery. They do this better than any other modality in both human and veterinary medicine.

Why Veterinary ?

Today the emphasis is on higher power lasers that micro-pulse as this effectively allows the laser practitioner to hold the hand piece static and effectively treat acute and painful focal pathologies without putting out any heat. This new technology can dramatically and effectively increaser outcomes along with being much safer for the operator and patient.  On the other hand, these lasers allow one to treat on a continuous basis if required for more chronic pathologies. The severity of pain dictates whether the laser should be micro-pulsed or not. 

After over two years of clinically testing the following wavelengths (810/915/980/1064) on thousands of patients the 810 nm wavelength is hands down clinically superior to all other wavelength even when combined with other wavelengths. We also found that for pathologies with a VAS score of 7 or greater, 5u pulsing and a frequency of 5 hertz was also superior to continuous wave therapy.” With our AI we offer personalized precision laser medicine for your patient. Laser medicine is not one size fits all.

Common Small Animal Applications


Degenerative Joint Disease

Tendon Suspensory and Ligament Disorders

Back and Muscle Soreness

Disc and Neurologic Pathologies

Stifle Hip and Saco-Illiac Disorders

Epiphysitis, Carpitis, Sesamoiditis

Laminitis and Navicular Disease

Soft Tissue Trauma

Wound Healing: Acute and Chronic

Otitis Externa

Non-Specific Dermatological Conditions