Superior Surgical Outcomes with Perioperative Applications of Non-Thermal Laser
Presented by Janet Gordon Palm, DVM, CVCP

Thursday, July 9th | 2:00pm-3:00pm EST

In veterinary medicine, laser therapy has become an essential tool for a wide range of applications. In this webinar, Dr. Janet Gordon Palm, DVM, CVCP will teach on how to transform surgical outcomes and challenging cases with the addition of non-thermal laser therapy.

 

Key Takeaways:

  • Demonstrate Pre-operative use of the non-thermal laser to increase parasympathetic tone for a more relaxed patient prior to surgery.
  • Illuminate the concept of priming tissues for tissue regenerative healing with application of non-thermal laser within 2 hours of intended surgery.
  • Discuss multi-systemic benefits, including expedited metabolism of anesthesia, allowing for a smoother recovery.
  • Enlighten attendees to the benefits of the bactericidal/sporicidal violet laser, especially in dental applications, orthopedics, infected wounds, as well as routine surgeries.
  • Display and present protocols of patients benefiting from this expedited healing, including post TPLO, dental extractions, feline Perineal urethrostomy, and intraoperative use during cystotomy, and exploratory fb surgery.

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 About Janet Gordon, DVM, CVCP

Dr Janet Gordon Palm is a practicing integrative medicine veterinarian who is continually reinventing herself as she learns of new non-invasive modalities to forward healing. Graduating from Kansas State University in 1981, Dr. Janet practiced medicine and surgery in small animal, avian and exotics, initially in California, then Minnesota, before relocating to the veritable playground known as the Western Slope of Colorado. Originally trained in conventional medicine, she naturally evolved to include complementary modalities such as neuronal adjustment, osteopathy, cranial sacral, acupressure, myofascial release, and LLLT.

She is actively involved in Natural Horsemanship and includes the concepts of recognizing and managing emotional states in horses through universal body language to all species. In 2010, she started her ambulatory practice “Animobility Integrative Veterinary Services”.

An avid horseback rider, mountain biker, and hiker, she resides with her fellow adventure-loving dirt-bike riding husband Ron, in Fruita CO with two cats “Tesla” and “Puma”, as well as her Arabian gelding “ To’hi “.