LLLT: A Safe, Non Invasive Way to Treat Many Pet Maladies

(Dezi and Raena jump in mommy’s lap and meow excitedly to each other)

Well, did you miss us? We’re so glad you’re joinin’ us today. Like me said, we have somethin’ really pawsum to tell you ‘bout. And stay tuned, cuz we’re also havin’ a give away, and there’s a discounted coupon code too, ifin ya’ just can’t wait. As most of you know, sis Lexi had athritis fur years. Mommy gave her a supplement to treat it, cuz that’s really all that’s been available. When sissy got sicker and pickier, mommy tried treats and medicines, again, that’s all that was available. The problem with most of those supplements and treats and medicines, is that they typically upset the tummy. And medications may have nasty side effects. You just want your furry purrer or waggin’ woofy to feel better, but in doing so, you might be causing other issues.

 

 Dezi sniffs the LumaSoothe

Now, just what is this mommy?

 

          You know sissy, arthritis is just one issue we anipals can have that needs treatin’. Big doggies are prone to Hip Displaysia, Bursitis/Tendonitis, and we can all get sprains and strained muscles, back pain and so many more physical ailments requiring long term treatments or even surgery. And being a larger breed kitty means that most likely, we’ll start having issues at a younger age. That means really long term treatment. That’s when our pawrents, bein’ the good pawrents they are, really start looking at those side effects caused by the current treatments and try to find alternatives or least somethin’ less toxic. 

 

 Raena checks out the LumaSoothe

Wha’cha’ gonna do with this mommy?

 

You’re right Raena. But what about other types of problems. You know we have quite a few furiends that have skin issues. Some caused by allergies and others, still unknown. Some of those that suffer, lose fur, scratch, have flaky skin (Eczema/Psoriasis) and get infections from licking and scratching so much.

 

 Raena getting a LumaSoothe treatment

Hmmmmmm This is innerestin’.

 

          What about the itchies caused by necessary medications, or the occasional wayward scratch? You know sometimes play can get a little rough and some kitty/doggy gets accidentally injured. Or Kittens furbid, kitty or doggy gets in a real fight. There’s the cone of shame, that thankfully, we’ve never had to wear. And bless our sweet kitty furiend’s heart but we know an adorable kitty that had to wear a t-shirt fur a while. Ifin you had something that could speed up the healing process wouldn’t you want it?

 

 Dezi gets a LumaSoothe treatment

That doesn’t hurt at all mommy.

 

And ifin there was something that could speed up the fur growth wouldn’t you want that? And somethin’ that could…

 

 Dezi poses with the LumaSoothe

 

     Thank you girls. You’ve both made some great points. I want to talk to your friends and their parents for a minute, okay?

(Dezi and Raena nod and purr)

     As the girls have pointed out, our beloved furry family members have a lot of the same health issues that we do. And we all know cats are notorious for hiding their pains and ills. None of us want to treat something that doesn’t exist, but most of us are looking to be proactive with our pets health these days. We’re feeding them better, seeing the Vet more often, brushing their teeth and definitely trying alternative treatments when available.

 

 LumaSoothe in box

     So what if I told you there was a safe, non-invasive way to treat Arthritis, Bursitis & Tendonitis, Deep Surgical Wounds, Deep Muscle Tissue, Hip Dysplasia, Sprains & Strains, Back Pain and more. What if I said the same device could also be used for Chronic Pain Relief, to relieve Eczema & Psoriasis, Clear Infections, Treat Surface Skin Injuries, Post-Surgical Wounds, has Anti-Inflammatory Benefits, Kills Harmful Bacteria, Promotes Healthier Skin, Promotes Hair Growth and more? And lastly, what if I told you this could be used from birth throughout your pets life without any adverse side effects? And, doesn’t require you to be a contortionist (to pill kitty) or end up in the human emergency room with wounds of your own afterwards? Yeah, that last statement was a little dramatic, but you get the idea.

 

Dezi checks out the LumaSoothe

     

     But really, being able to safely treat so many of our beloved furry family members ailments with one tool would be amazing. Just imagine the money you would save over the lifetime of your pet. And imagine how much happier kitty/doggy would be and how little stress for the both of you when it comes to treating these ailments without having a pill shoved down their throat or mixed in their food. We recently came across a tool that I believe should be in every pet household/first aid kit. That tool is called the LumaSoothe. What is it you ask? Well, it’s Light Therapy for your pets. Human medicine has used Light Therapy for years, and it’s finally available for use on our pets.

 

 LumaSoothe box contents

 

     First, let me tell you what comes in the box when you purchase the LumaSoothe. You’ll receive the LumaSoothe Rechargeable Control Unit, 2 (easily) Interchangeable LED Heads, USB Charger and Cable, Instruction Manual, Built-in Li-ion Battery and a 2 year warranty. The box is nice and sturdy and makes for a great storage place for your LumaSoothe between treatments.

LumaSoothe Deep Treatment head

LumaSoothe Deep Treatment Head (photo courtesy of Luma-Tech.com)

LumaSoothe Surface Treatment Head

LumaSoothe Surface Treatment Head (photo courtesy of Luma-Tech.com)

 

     Now let me explain a little about Light Therapy. Low Level Light Therapy treats ailments by exposure to specific wavelengths of light using light emitting diodes (LED). 35 years of clinical research has shown LLLT (Low Level Light Therapy) to deliver powerful therapeutic benefits to living tissue and organisms. Light Therapy triggers cellular stimulation. The LumaSoothe Control Unit has 2 buttons; one to power on the unit and the other to start the treatment process which lasts 15 minutes. There’s a light to let you know the unit is on and one to tell you when the unit is charged.

 

 LumaSoothe charging

 

LumaSoothe charging

 

     

     Let me tell you about the technical information LumaSoothe offers for those of you who are interested. LumaSoothe incorporates 2 easily interchangeable heads, the (IR) (DT) Deep Treatment Head and the (ST) Surface Treatment Head. They are easy to switch out and lock into place. Each treatment head has 40 powerful LED’s with a total of 5 wavelenghts between the 2 heads ranging from 465 to 940 nanometers (nm) along with Luma-Tech’s Pulsed Wave Technology. NASA medical studies have concluded a faster and more efficient cellular response when using Pulsed-light as opposed to a steady beam. The result is an increase in the cellular metabolism rate which expedites cell repair and the stimulation of the immune system, lymphatic and vascular systems to produce: Faster Wound Healing, Pain Relief, Increased Metabolic Activity, Anti-Inflammatory Benefits, Accelerated Cellular Growth, Improved Vascular Activity, Improved Nerve Function, Promotes Healthier Skin, Kills Harmful Bacteria, and more.

 

 

Dezi gets a LumaSoothe treatment

 That feels really good mommy. Can ya’ move it a little

to the left? MOL

 

     The (DT) Deep Treament Head uses 940nm LED’s. The Infrared light (800nm – 1000nm) penetrates to a depth of about 30 – 40nm’s making it most effective for treating bones, joints and deep muscles. The (ST) Surface Treatment Head has visible light that penetrates tissue to a depth of about 8 – 10nm at wavelengths from 400 to 700nm and is effective in treating surface wounds, cuts, scars, trigger and acupuncture points, kills bad bacteria, treats a variety of skin conditions, promotes healthy skin and hair, relieves pain and is effective in treating infections. The (ST) Head includes these LED’s: 4 yellow at 490nm, 8 blue at 470nm. 12 green at 520 nm and 16 red at 650nm to provide the widest spectrum for shallow skin treatments. The bottom line, is that between the 2 heads, you can treat a multitude of problems and health issues our pets face, safely and in a manner that is enjoyable for you and your kitty/doggy. (Remember to never point the device directly at your pets eyes!)

 

 Dezi gets a LumaSoothe treatment

 

     The LumaSoothe is programmed to shut off after 15 minutes. During the treatment the head warms a bit, but doesn’t get hot and isn’t uncomfortable for your pet. Measuring enjoyment in purrs, I would say that Dezi and Raena love treatment time. Dezi has been having a few issues with early onset of arthritis due to her size and activity levels. Since we started using the LumaSoothe, I’ve noticed that she’s been jumping more and has become more active than previous months. While Raena is still a kitten, and doesn’t really need treatments, she enjoys them, and we’re being proactive. And it’s safe to use on her. And you know, there may very well be a little pain in growing bones, muscles and joints. After her spay, the fur was really slow to grow back. We began using the LumaSoothe ST head on the area, and her fur’s back and floofy beautiful again.

 

 Raena getting a LumaSoothe treatment

 

Raena getting a LumaSoothe treatment

Oh mommy, this feels so good. Can we do this everyday?

 

     If you haven’t figured it out by now, we love the LumaSoothe Light Therapy Treatment device and we think ya’ll will too. I love that it’s safe to use on both girls and doesn’t cause any side effects. I love that the girls enjoy it too; 15 minutes of non stop purring in my lap is really therapeutic for me as well. The LumaSoothe can be purchased directly from Luma-Tech for $149.95 with free shipping or amazon.com.

 

 Dezi gets a LumaSoothe treatment

 

Mommy, don’t furget, the pawsum peeps at Luma-Tech are offuring our readers a $20.00 coupon right now. Just click here, or on the foto below to be transported to their website and enter dezizworld (all lowercase letters) in the coupon field and save.

 

LUMASOOTHE-COUPON-20

     

     Thank you Dezi. Yes, the peeps at Luma-Tech have been very generous. I know that the cost might seem a bit cost prohibitive for some, but think about how much you spend annually on treats, supplements, medications and treatments for all the ailments one LumaSoothe can treat. And remember, you can use the same LumaSoothe on all the pets in your home. I think you’ll find it’s a bargain, and one you’ll be glad you you spent the money on. 

 

 Raena getting a LumaSoothe treatment

 

          Can we get to the give away mommy? It’s mine’s furst and I’s so excited. Luma-Tech agreed to give 1 U.S. reader the oppurrtunity to win a LumaSoothe of their very own. This is a give away ya’ don’t wanna miss. We luv, luv, luv the LumaSoothe and think you will too. Just click the “Enter Here” graphic below after leavin’ a comment to enter fur your chance to win.

 

 

Give away entry graphic

Fanks Raena, you did a great job meowin’ ‘bout the give away. The LumaSoothe gets all 8 paws up and mommy’s 2 thumbs here. We know mommy gave you a lot of technical infurmation, but a lot of peeps like to know those things. Fur those of ya’ who wanna know the less techy things, it feels good, we luv havin’ treatments and we feel better afterwards. Mommy also says it’s really great to have both treatment heads included. Those made fur humans offen sell the treatments separately so they can make even more money off of ya’. Fankfully, Luma-Tech isn’t just ‘bout the bottom line. They’re even gonna be workin’ with non-profit animal organizations so that even those animals who be waitin’ fur luvvin’ furevers can benefit. Now, don’t furget to enter the giveaway or pick up your own LumaSoothe with discount right now. Me needs to see ifin mommy’s up fur a treatment. Me thinks me feels a pain comin’ on. MOL

 

Till the next time……………………………………..Be Blest!!!

 

Dezi: Vibrant Blue 

Raena: Navy Blue

Mommy A: Black

 

 

 

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. We received compensation in exchange for our honest review of the LumaSoothe Light Therapy for pets. All opinions are our own. Technical facts about the LumaSoothe have been provided by Luma-Tech. As always, we tell only the truth as we know it and bring only those products we use or have tried and believe would be of interest to you, our readers and friends.

 

 

Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses

 

Deztinee and RaenaBelle       


  

About Deziz World

My name is Deztinee. I am a Ragdoll. I was born 11/1/2009. I am a service cat along with my sisfur RaenaBelle, also a Ragdoll, for our disabled human mommy. My sisfur Raena was born 4/21/2016. In March of 2016, mommy and I had to say goodbye to my mentor Alexandra (Lexi), a black tabby born 4/29/1999. This blog is about our daily life from the kitty's point of view. We were both rescued from bad situations and our mommy raised us and trained us to be service cats. I want this blog to be interactive and get to know all of you, so comment and visit often. I will also offer advice, training tips and education when possible. Copyright © 2014 - 2017 {Audra High via Deztinee High and RaenaBelle High} All Rights Reserved All personal content (story's, poetry, etc., videos and music) are the property of the human behind Deziz World, and may not be used, copied or otherwise re-published without prior written permission/consent from the author (A. High-the human behind Deziz World). We have an amazon.com wish list and a PayPal account if you would like to help/donate to us.

Posted on March 22, 2017, in Cats Chat, Educational, Human Speak, Review/Give Away and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 49 Comments.

  1. Wow, wish I had a LumaSmoothe right now, to help Chucky with his ailing tailio! I’ve entered!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. MrJackFreckles/Pipo & Minko

    That is a pawsome thing to use! Pipo would love it for his sore legs (arthritis) and maybe it would even help Minko’s issues. Dog-guy?? Might help him too. Maybe it would help him get rid of all his warts(lipomas).
    What a pawsome giveaway! You did good in introducing it to us, Raena!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. We just enetered the Lumasoothe contest, but win or lose, being your friends makes us big winners!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. It is quite expensive but sounds really worth it. My Toffee used to get terrible eczema – thankfully, no longer – and I wish I’d had that machine then as she was in such distress a lot of the time.

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