Low level (cold) lasers are a cutting edge therapy, which is gaining favor in both human and veterinary medicine. This non-invasive therapy has numerous clinical studies demonstrating its safety and efficacy. These types of lasers work through the principle of “photochemistry”, modulating biochemical reactions via the absorption of photons or light. Laser therapy is used to reduce pain and inflammation and promote tissue healing. This makes laser therapy useful for many conditions including injuries, arthritis, skin disease, wound healing, post-operative surgical healing and internal medicine conditions.