28th March - Phototherapy in Animals CPD
DESCRIPTIONPhototherapy using visible and infrared light, or ‘photobiomodulation’ is the application of non-ionising therapeutic light or photon energy to stimulate cellular energy.
Until recently, most of the CPD education has been with the use of laser devices that can pose risk to eyes and tissue depending on the classification. Safer modern LED (light-emitting diode) devices are now available for both practitioner and home use and are demonstrating comparable treatment results. We believe in the importance of understanding the difference between laser and modern LED (Light Emitting Diode) devices so practitioners can make an informed choice on which devices to use for their practice.
CPD course - 6 hours
Lunch Break - 1 hour
Please arrive at 9am for 9:30am start. Tea and coffee will be available on arrival.
Do I need to be a practitioner to attend?
No, this course has been designed specifically for practicing animal health professionals, but anyone with an interest in Phototherapy like sports dog handlers, Vets, Vet nurses can attend for CPD and a better understanding of what is out there
Can I bring my dog?
We are welcoming a limited number of well-behaved dogs at the seminar for practical demonstrations. Please contact us if you would like to bring your canine companion.
Do I need to bring anything to the seminar?
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available throughout the day however lunch is not included but we do have a cafe on site if you would like to get lunch while you are here. We will be providing handouts within our delegate packs but if you wish to bring your own notepad then please feel free.
If I have a Photizo or any other LED light therapy device, should I bring it with me?
Yes of course, please feel free to bring your device with you as these can be used in the practical demonstrations.
Will I receive a certificate?
Yes, all attendees shall receive a certificate of attendance on the day.