Browsing in my files I realised that I have so many interesting messages from Brian
that contain a lot of value also for many of you.
So once in a while I will be sharing some with you.
This message is about an ACL injury one of my rescued dogs had.
…While the light would be of great value in reducing pain and increasing healing,
it is obviously not a magic bullet and it will depend on how badly the ACL has
been injured and the use of the term ‘torn’.
If the ACL is only strained (mild), sprained (more severe), or even partially ruptured
(torn) the light will heal the injury.
If the ACL is totally ruptured (separated), then surgery will be required first to provide
a joining or even an artificial ligament.
However, in the case that surgery is needed, the light used prior to surgery will reduce
bleeding during surgery by 75%, and post surgery increase the speed of healing, reduce
the pain, and prevent the arthritis that is the common sequel of ACL surgery.
Cfr. Dr. Brian McLaren