Patients typically exhibit a positive clinical response such as decrease in pain and increased range of motion within four laser treatments.

The following are photos and videos taken of actual horses that have been treated by Horse Laser.

This mare leaned in to the laser while having her splint fracture treated.


The majority of horses exhibit extreme relaxation and enjoyment of the therapy and will rarely move during their laser sessions. Horses will typically rest their leg that is being treated, lean in to the laser, lick their lips, yawn, drool or fall asleep.

Treatment of chronic back pain: This horse demonstrated a significant pain reaction initially when his back was palpated. I treated this horse’s back three times with the chronic back laser settings. Immediately following the third treatment, the horse’s reaction to pain drastically diminished. Notice the relaxation of the horse during the laser treatment. The application of laser therapy has a cumulative effect, and 4 days after the laser therapy treatment, the horse barely reacted to palpation.

Laser Treatments (this is not a complete list)

  • Acupressure
  • Arthritis
  • Back, Kissing Spine, Thoracolumbar Musculature
  • Bowed Tendon, Tendonitis
  • Bucked Shins, Splints
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Carpitis
  • Coffin Joint Issues, Founder
  • Croup muscle soreness, Sacroiliac Pain (SI), Hunter’s Bump, Subluxation of the SI Joint
  • Curb (Tarsal Plantar Desmitis), sprained/thickened Plantar Ligament
  • Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD), Osteoarthritis, Osteochondritis Dissecans
  • Ear infections
  • Elbow disorders, Capped Elbows, Shoe Boil, Hyroma
  • Epiphysitis, Compressional phystitis
  • Exertional Rhabdomyolysis
  • Fetlock Joint Disorders
  • Fractures
  • Greased Heels, Scratches, Mud Fever
  • Hock Disorders, Bone Spavin, Distal Tarsitis, Capped Hocks
  • Hoof Abscess
  • Inferior Check Ligament Desmitis
  • Knee Disorders, Capped Knees, Knee Spavin
  • Laminitis
  • Myositis
  • Navicular
  • Neck, Cervical Musculature
  • Osselets
  • Periodontal Disease
  • Post-Operation
  • Rhinitis
  • Ringbone
  • Stifle Disorders, Gonitis
  • Sinusitis
  • Superior Check Ligament strain
  • Stringhalt
  • Tenosynovitis, Thoroughpin
  • Suspensory Disorders
  • Tooth Extractions
  • Tooth Abscesses
  • Trochanteric Bursitis, Whirlbone Lameness
  • Traumatic Acuto Musculo-Skeletal Injuries
  • Upper Respiratory Infections
  • Wounds
  • Wind Puffs, Wind Galls

What our Client’s say about Horse Laser

“Since my colt has been diagnosed with a fractured p1 he has been treated regularly with the laser. I am very pleased with the results. He has healed a lot faster than Initially expected and is almost ready to start back work after only a month of stall rest. Would definitely recommend this treatment for similar injuries.”

Mike Kwietniowski (owner/trainer)
Kazimoto scores his 4th consecutive win and kicks off #industryday27 in 1st of 3 #OntarioSiresStakes divisions with Alfie Carroll for Vic Puddy. Ontario Racing

“We have been using Horse Laser therapy on a number of our competition horses, including my Grand Prix jumper, For Freedom Z. He has had laser treatments on his hips, feet, stifles, and mostly on his back where I have noticed a significant reduction in stiffness. I feel that his regular laser therapy has been very beneficial to his performance, and has contributed to his competition success with two Grand Prix victories and 10 top 10 finishes in the last 4 months!”

Keean White (owner/trainer)
Photo Credit @ Mackenzie Clark for Ben Radvanyi Photography.

“We started laser therapy in June on Life Groove’s knees. Started seeing improvement after about 2 weeks. Her first start at Grand River was a good performance finishing 3rd after drawing a bad post position <9 hole/post>. Her next race was a winning effort at Barrie racetrack <from #7 position>. In my opinion, the laser has been proven to be a great therapy treatment”

Rene Laarman (trainer)
Photo Credit @ 2016 Racehorsephoto

Laser Therapy is considered an alternative and/or complementary therapy to traditional veterinary medical approaches. A veterinarian should be consulted to determine if Laser Therapy would be suitable for your horse.

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