This webinar is aimed not at the physicist or biomedical scientist, but at the general veterinary practitioner and nurse. The aim is to give an overview of what, how and when Class IV laser therapy can be used to aid musculoskeletal and wound healing and pain management for domestic pets, exotics and equine patients in all UK veterinary practices. Presently over 6000 veterinary practices use the Class IV lasers in North American veterinary practices, with a greater number being used in human medical hospitals and rehabilitation centres. Not only will this webinar give you an insight into the science and clinical uses of the Class IV Laser but the impressive economic returns for your veterinary practice.
Stephen Barabas is a graduate of Glasgow University veterinary medicine and zoology faculties. Having worked in mixed practice in the west of England and North Wales he became involved in the 2001 FMD crisis and joined DEFRA in Cumbria helping contain the disease spreading throughout the country.
In 2002 he became the first Technical Manager of VetPlus Limited, a nutraceutical veterinary company based in Lancashire, England. In 2004 he joined Schering-Plough Animal Health UK, and within the year had been moved to their US headquarters in New Jersey, USA. Mr. Barabas was made the Chief Veterinary Officer for HomeAgain LLC, the largest animal-microchipping company in the world. During this time he became interested in using the internet and website to improve customer compliance.
He has set up Animal Oracle Limited a web development company specialising developing IT tools and websites for the pharmaceutical companies and vet practices in the UK and abroad, and in 2010 set up VBS Direct Ltd, a company aimed at providing innovative solutions to help veterinary surgeons and nurses in practice improve their offerings and range of therapies they can provide domestic pet owners. In 2011 VBS Direct started distributing the therapeutic K-Laser within the UK to medical hospitals and veterinary practices.