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Laser therapy sessions coming to Fetch Long Beach

Long Beach, California convention center

Fetch faculty member Leslie Gallagher McMahon, CCMT, CCRT, explained the importance of learning how to use laser devices

In an interview with dvm360, Leslie Gallagher McMahon, CCMT, CCRT, CEO and founder of Two Hands Four Paws in Los Angeles, California, explained why in depth learning of laser and how to use the devices can be more effective in getting better results and outcomes with patients. She also expressed what she hopes attendees take away from her session at the upcoming Fetch conference in Long Beach, California.

Gallagher McMahon will be delivering a joint lecture on laser therapy at our Fetch Long Beach conference taking place December 1-3, 2023. Register today to secure your spot.

The following is a partial transcript of the video.

Leslie Gallagher McMahon, CCMT, CCRT: I feel like an awful lot of veterinary practices have purchased a laser and nobody in their practice knows how to use it. And that's always super concerning to me because to understand how to use a laser is a lot more than a 15 minute instruction by the company that sold you the laser. We learn about it in rehab school, but even what we are taught in rehab school isn't enough. And I get notes from other clinics that they're doing laser and that it maybe wasn't effective. And I feel really strongly that people need to take courses in how to use a laser and there's a couple of really good ones out there that I'll talk about.

I want people to be able to educate their clients that they don't have to euthanize their dog when the dog goes down. That's probably my biggest one. Because I also hear that a lot. I want technicians and veterinarians to be able to say to their clients, there's another option here. We may not be able to help your dog but I know somebody who can.

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