Therapeutic Laser

Benefits of MLS Laser Therapy

Clinical Benefits
Manage Pain. Reduce Inflammation. Speed Recovery.
The benefits of veterinary laser therapy are relatively new in the veterinary industry. Despite this, veterinarians are quick to adopt the technology as they see a marked improvement in their patient’s quality of life, and most notably in the reduction of pain and swelling and the increase in mobility.
MLS Laser Therapy technology is the most advanced laser therapy system on the market.  Reduction of response times, and therefore overall treatment times, distinguishes MLS Laser Therapy from traditional laser therapy with reciprocal advantages for both the operator and the patient.

10 Benefits of MLS Laser Therapy

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  • Anti-Inflammatory Effect
  • Analgesic Effect
  • Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth
  • Improved Vascular Activity
  • Increases Metabolic Activity
  • Stimulation of Trigger Points and Acupuncture Points
  • Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation
  • Improved Nerve Function
  • Immunoregulation
  • Faster Wound Healing
MLS Laser Therapy effectively treats pain associated with:
  • Arthritis
  • Tendonitis
  • Wounds
  • Post-Surgical Swelling
  • Inflamed Ears
  • Lick Granuloma
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Disc Disease
  • Lameness
  • Sinusitis
  • and much more!
The Most Advanced Veterinary Laser on the Market Today
The Cutting Edge Mphi MLS Laser represents the most advanced veterinary laser on the market today. The technology delivers continuous and pulsated emissions each of which provides advantages that benefit pets in many different ways.
Continuous emission stimulates an anti-inflammatory effect and edema re-absorption, but with secondary analgesic effects.  Pulsated emission has a more intense analgesic action, but the effect on the inflammatory process is reduced.
The Cutting Edge Mphi MLS Therapy is the first laser to incorporate both continuous and pulsed emissions, simultaneously.  Rhythm, perfection of intervals and intensity, and maximum coordination are of the essence.

Here are the Benefits of Therapeutic Laser for You Pet

Benefits of MLS Laser Therapy

Clinical Benefits
Manage Pain. Reduce Inflammation. Speed Recovery.
The benefits of veterinary laser therapy are relatively new in the veterinary industry. Despite this, veterinarians are quick to adopt the technology as they see a marked improvement in their patient’s quality of life, and most notably in the reduction of pain and swelling and the increase in mobility.
MLS Laser Therapy technology is the most advanced laser therapy system on the market.  Reduction of response times, and therefore overall treatment times, distinguishes MLS Laser Therapy from traditional laser therapy with reciprocal advantages for both the operator and the patient.

10 Benefits of MLS Laser Therapy

  • Anti-Inflammatory Effect
  • Analgesic Effect
  • Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth
  • Improved Vascular Activity
  • Increases Metabolic Activity
  • Stimulation of Trigger Points and Acupuncture Points
  • Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation
  • Improved Nerve Function
  • Immunoregulation
  • Faster Wound Healing
MLS Laser Therapy effectively treats pain associated with:
  • Arthritis
  • Tendonitis
  • Wounds
  • Post-Surgical Swelling
  • Inflamed Ears
  • Lick Granuloma
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Disc Disease
  • Lameness
  • Sinusitis
  • and much more!
The Most Advanced Veterinary Laser on the Market Today
The Cutting Edge Mphi MLS Laser represents the most advanced veterinary laser on the market today. The technology delivers continuous and pulsated emissions each of which provides advantages that benefit pets in many different ways.
Continuous emission stimulates an anti-inflammatory effect and edema re-absorption, but with secondary analgesic effects.  Pulsated emission has a more intense analgesic action, but the effect on the inflammatory process is reduced.
The Cutting Edge Mphi MLS Therapy is the first laser to incorporate both continuous and pulsed emissions, simultaneously.  Rhythm, perfection of intervals and intensity, and maximum coordination are of the essence.

Meet Dr. Eric Bregman

The Reunion Veterinary Hospital, owned by the Bregman Veterinary group, opened its doors in July of 2014.  This is the second of a 2-part interview where we introduce the veterinarians who work in our facility.

Dr. Eric Bregman is a resident of Reunion, FL, and one of the 2 main veterinarians at the Reunion Animal Hospital.  He is the son of Dr. Jack Bregman, and is a certified Radiation Officer licensed to administer radioactive iodine to treat feline hyperthyroidism.  We sat down with Eric and asked him a few questions.

Interviewer: Eric, Where are you from originally?
Dr. Eric Bregman: I am from a small town in Upstate NY called Delhi. I grew up on a horse farm there.

Interviewer: Where did you get your degree in veterinary medicine?
Dr. Eric Bregman: I got my degree in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania at the School of Veterinarian Medicine in Philadelphia.

Interviewer: When did you first decide you wanted to work with your father, Dr. Jack Bregman?
Dr. Eric Bregman: I was in my 2nd year of college at the University of Houston and at that time I was contemplating a career in Human Medicine. One day I had an awakening that I wanted to practice Veterinary Medicine like my father. Veterinarian Medicine was a great part of my childhood so it was easy to feel this way and make that decision.

Interviewer: Growing up, what made you want to be a veterinarian?
Dr. Eric Bregman: As a child, when my brother (Dr. Allan Bregman of the Bregman Vet Group) and I had summers off from school, we would spend our time in the clinic working, helping, cleaning cages, handling the animals- whatever we could do to be a part of the clinic. It was a different era where a kid could be in the office and observe what was going on, and it was accepted.

Interviewer: Which Bregman Vet Group location do you mainly work out of?
Dr. Eric Bregman: I mainly work out of the Reunion Animal Hospital in the Ovation Shopping Center on Lake Wilson Road in Davenport, FL.

Interviewer: Have you ever worked at any other Veterinarian Offices before the Bregman Vet Group?
Dr. Eric Bregman: I have, actually. I did a one-year internship in a small animal hospital in Oradell, NJ. It was a large referral specialty hospital. We did emergency medicine, surgery, radiology, and much more. It was a very intense year in a high volume referral hospital which really set the standard for my career. It’s something that I elected to do after veterinary medical school. It’s not required. It made me the doctor I am today. They had fantastic people and wonderful specialists in orthopedics, neurology, and internal medicine. I received 5 years of knowledge and experience during the year I was there.

Interviewer: How many pets do you have?
Dr. Eric Bregman: I have 2 dogs, both Cairn Terriers (Rescue Dogs) – You know, like the dog from the Wizard of OZ.

Interviewer: Out of all the experiences you’ve had practicing veterinary medicine, which is your most memorable?
Dr. Eric Bregman: That’s a tough question. I’ve had many memorable and life changing experiences. I had a client in Long Island whose cat got out of the house and had some type of trauma, probably hit by a car, and had a fractured back leg. While stabilizing the cat we also identified a diaphragmatic hernia. He had a tear in his diaphragm that was allowing his stomach and liver to move into his chest. Our first surgery involved repairing the life threatening hernia, and one week later we went back to surgery and fixed the fractured femur. We were able to return the cat good as new to the owners. That was about 1- years ago and I still see the cat to this day for his annual  visit.

You heard it from Dr. Eric Bregman! Stop by the Reunion Veterinary Hospital or visit www.ReunionVetHospital.com for more details on their veterinarian care. Make sure you follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+!

Mikey’s Pool Rehab

Say hello to Mikey!  Mikey is a 5 year old Daschund, and a patient at Reunion Veterinary Hospital.  He recently visited us, and upon examination, we found he herniated a disc in his lumbar spine.  Our treatment for Mikey includes therapu…

The Ledger- Lakeland’s Source For News

Are you a fan of The Ledger?

If you’re not from our area, The Ledger is a Lakeland newspaper covering Lakeland, FL news.  It’s a great source of information for the latest Crime & Justice News, Classifieds, and the Local Weather.  We get all of their updates through their Twitter Page.

We’ve recently been following their Pets Section.  It has a great range of information, from Pet Classifieds to Video News to Advice from other professionals.  If you’re an animal lover like we are, check it out here!

Here are a few articles that we found there and wanted to share-


Start Training Puppy Early
‘When should I bring my new puppy to training classes?” That is one of our most-asked questions. And it is a good one!  Read More

Animals Also Get MRSA Infections
Methicillin Resistant Staphyloccocus aureus, also known as MRSA, has been termed by the press as a “super-bug.” This refers to the resistance this bacteria has against several types of common antibiotics, especially those in the penicillin and cephalosporin families.  Read More

Kennel Cough Beyond Kennels
It’s a common response heard in many grooming salons when groomers ask owners for their vaccine records and they say. “We don’t need the kennel cough vaccination … We never board or kennel our dog.”  Read More

The Reunion Veterinary Hospital is located in the Ovation Shopping Center at 7950 Lake Wilson Road in Davenport, FL.  Follow us on Facebook & Twitter!

Feline House-Soiling- Useful Information for Cat Owners

The American Association of Feline Practitioners hosts a website called CatVets.com, which provides a ton of great information for cat owners and veterinarians.  Their mission is to improve the health and welfare of cats by supporting high standar…

Coping with the Death of Your Pet

Have you recently lost a pet?

We all consider our pets to be part of our family, and when your pet dies, it can be a very emotional time.  There are a number of stages of grief that you may go through, from denial to anger to depression. 

Dr. Eric Bregman of the Reunion Veterinary Hospital sat down with psychologist Dr. Tom Ferraro to discuss how people move through the process of grief after losing their pet.  See the video here-

There are many websites that can give you tips and advice to help you better understand why you’re feeling the way you are.  Here are a few to check out-

ASPCA

The Reunion Veterinary Hospital is located in the Ovation Shopping Center in Davenport, Fl.   The veterinarians at our practice have a combined 80+ years of experience caring for pets.  Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe Outdoors

Are you and your pet spending some time in the great outdoors this summer?  If so, you and your pet are susceptible to many types of insect bites, some of which could be dangerous.   We surfed around the internet to find some articles that will give you tips on how to prevent insect bites and what you should do if you see signs of an insect bite.

The Ionia Sentinel-Standard had this article titled “How to Identify, Respond to Allergic Reactions, Insect Bites on Pets”.  This article reminded us how important it is to check your pet for ticks, and how you should go about removing them.

The Pet Assure Newsletter posted this article that focuses on dogs, and gives you tips on removing bee stings.  It also shows a list of symptoms that can occur from insect bites.

The AVMA posted an article titled “Disease Precautions for Outdoor Enthusiasts and their Companion Animals”.  It’s a reference guide for outdoor enthusiasts that gives a list of disease precautions for you and your pets.

If you notice your pet may have been bit by an insect but are not sure what to do, feel free to reach out to us.  The Reunion Veterinary Hospital is open 7 days a week, and our staff will give you advice immediately.  For more tips on protecting your pets, follow us on Facebook or Twitter!