A look at red light therapy basics - 411Barrel Horse Wellness
Back to Basics Series - Photonic Health Version
Welcome to Integrated Equine’s Back to Basics Series. A wise horseman once said, “if you’re green you’re growing, if you’re ripe you’re rotten.” So even if you are as green as the grass or ripe as the low hanging fruit; there is always value in knowing your basics. Think of it as the alphabet of your language with horses. Each post we will focus on one of the main beliefs of Integrated Equine: Equine psychology, physiology, or progressive horse keeping (link here mission statement/about). T his week’s installment will feature: how to introduce a low level laser to your horse safely. Remember these are my own opinions, lessons and findings. But I love learning about what works for you too. Please leave any questions in the comments below.
4 keys to be safe and successful with red light therapy
Turn it on. Too obvious for you? Well just in case, let me show you. The standard light has a pulse feature, or you can turn the end with the button all the way until it doesn’t turn anymore for a steady stream of light. The professional light doesn’t have a pulse feature, just rotate the end all the way clockwise until the beam is on.
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