WVC 90th Annual Conference
CE Credits: 1
Laser Therapy - Photobiomodulation A to Z Symposium: Laser therapy is an important adjunct to rehabilitating and accelerating the healing of many common lameness issues, including tendon and suspensory injuries such as tears, tendonitis, and desmitis, synovities and tenosynovitis, osteoarthritis, back disorders and wound healing. Part 8 of 8.
co-founder and director
American Institute of Medical Laser Applications
Dr. Riegel has spent the past two decades lecturing nationally and internationally to human and veterinary health care professionals. He earned his undergraduate degree in chemistry from the University of Delaware and his doctoral degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Illinois. Dr. Riegel bought his first therapy laser in 1979. He co-founded the American Institute of Medical Laser Applications (AIMLA) in 2009 to provide education about all types of medical lasers in both veterinary medicine and the health care professions and is a well-recognized champion for medical laser education. His background in laser technology encompasses human, companion animal, as well as equine disciplines. After selling his multi-doctor private veterinary practice, Dr. Riegel authored more than a dozen papers and books on companion animal and equine therapy, including Laser Therapy for the Equine Athlete, Laser Therapy in the Companion Animal Practice, and Clinical Overview and Applications of Class IV Therapy Lasers. Currently co-editing "Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine" with Dr. John Godbold Jr. Release date early 2017.
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