Therapeutic lasers are used to treat inflammation anywhere in the body but most often they are used to help with pain from arthritis. The laser I decided to use in my practice is a Class 1 Multi Radiance ActiVet Pro. Most lasers used in veterinary medicine are high powered Class 4 lasers that require protective eye goggles and can produce unwanted heat. The ActiVet Pro is Class 1 and therefore does not require protective goggles or produce heat. It uses super pulsed laser at 905nm, pulsed broadband infrared at 860nm, pulsed non-coherent narrowband red at 660nm, and pulsing non-coherent narrowband blue light at 465nm which has the amazing capability to treat skin infections like MRSA. Please see the product flyers for more information.