Class IV laser therapy will transform medical therapies. This lecture will educate users and sceptical clinicians on the differences and pitfalls of laser therapy equipment, whilst illustrating why good lasers can scientifically accelerate wound, soft-tissue and bone healing, and reduce local or global pain and inflammation. Whether working with disabilities, elderly or general population, private or NHS, Class IV lasers should be a standard of care in every healthcare workplace.
Stephen Barabas is a graduate of Glasgow University. He runs two companies: a human medical company, K-Laser UK Ltd, working with the NHS, sports franchises and private healthcare using Class IV K-Laser therapy (treating diabetic wounds, acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain syndromes). VBS Direct, providing innovative equipment to vet practices and physiotherapists, including K-Laser, VPET regenerative medical PRP products, and high-grade pet supplements. He is an Honorary Laser Consultant at St Thomas and Guy’s Hospital in London.
Previously, he has worked in small and mixed veterinary practice, and as a government vet in Cumbria during the 2001 Foot and Mouth outbreak. He was a technical director for pet supplement company, and Schering-Plough, both within the UK, USA and Internationally. He was past President of Central Vet Society and London Regional Representative on the British Vet Association.