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Tri Wave Class IV Laser


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The choice of veterinary professionals, the powerfully effective Tri-Wave laser combines three pulsed wavelengths to rapidly stimulate tissue regeneration while reducing pain and inflammation.

  • High intensity laser with 980nm, 810nm and 650nm diodes
  • Multiple treatment protocols in continuous or super-pulsed mode
  • Combined 30W power for 980nm and 810nm, plus 100mW at 650nm
  • May be configured to work as a Class 3b laser instead of Class 4
  • Time-depth ratio control allows precisely targeted treatments
  • Red light aiming beam enables accurate definition of treatment area
  • Unparalleled, super-pulsed treatment for safe results in minutes
  • 10” true color touch screen with automatic protocols for easy operation

As one of the fastest, most powerful laser treatments available, Tri-Wave is used by veterinarians and rehab specialists to accelerate the resolution of musculoskeletal conditions in horses.

Clinical improvements and recovery times from sports injuries are considerably reduced, with equine athletes returning to training and competitive fitness faster.

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I have been using the TRI-WAVE laser on different types of pathologies that are difficult to treat. Most are related to subchronic and chronic issues like adhesions on old suspensory proximal or distal desmitis, sometimes with scar tissue. The Tri-Wave has been remarkable for such cases, clinical improvements have been seen within 4 to 6 weeks in the majority of the cases.


How it Works

The Tri-Wave laser device uses diodes to emit infrared laser beams in either continuous or pulsed phases. Continuous mode enables a gentler treatment of more superficial conditions, such as tendon and ligament injuries. Super-pulsed mode enables intensive treatment, with the intervals adding safety by preventing heat generation. The beams are carried via a fiber optic cable to the treatment wand, which is aimed over the skin using the red light aiming beam. As treatment is delivered, infrared light penetrates the tissue, at the correct dosage, depth and duration. The light energy causes biochemical changes to occur at cellular level, stimulating cell proliferation leading to wound repair. Free nerve endings are also stimulated, blocking pain pathways and bringing rapid pain relief to the horse.

4 Principle Effects

As laser stimulates profound change at a deep cellular level, its many beneficial effects are highly interrelated.

Tissue healing:Heightened fibroblast development and cellular reproduction induces faster healing in tendons, ligaments, nerves and muscles, with less scar tissue produced.

Anti-Inflammatory:Reduction of localized swelling and blocking of pro-inflammatory molecules, benefiting injuries and joint conditions.

Muscular:Relief of spasm and pain occurs, with improved vascular activity benefiting lymph and blood circulation, and healing of exercise-induced microtears.

Analgesic:Effects on the epidermal and subcutaneous neural network lead to reduction of acute and chronic pain, and improved nerve function.

Really powerful results! For me, it was a no-brainer.

Technical Specifications

  • GaAs diode laser with deep penetrating 980nm and 810nm diodes
  • Maximum 30W power for benefit in minutes with 980nm and 810nm diodes
  • 650nm diode at 0.1W for superficial/derm treatment
  • Super-pulsed output enables rapid treatment without heating
  • Fiber handpiece with 0.4mm spot size for focused treatment
  • Operates within 5-40 and less 80% humidity range
  • Main body input voltage DC 12V~17V, Power input AC110V ~ 220V ± 20%
  • Dimensions 380 × 280 × 186mm, weighing 7 kg
  • 7” color touchscreen for microcomputer control


  • Superior device for the veterinary clinic, equine rehab or training center
  • Instantly available, rapid treatment reduces downtime in sport horses
  • Deeper, long-lasting rehabilitation from traumatic sports injuries
  • Improves career longevity by addressing distal limb stress injuries
  • Approved by veterinarians, professional riders, and equine physical therapists

650nm wavelength: This wavelength is best used for wound healing and scar tissue regeneration by promoting healing of skin surface tissues. The wavelength is largely absorbed by the melanin in the skin, inhibiting bacteria proliferation and promoting fine cell growth.

810nm wavelength: This wavelength rapidly activates the hemoglobin oxygenation process to transfer energy supplies from blood into muscles and tendons. This promotes tissue regeneration and increases ATP production.

980nm wavelength: This wavelength decreases pain via the analgesic effect by optimizing thermoreceptors and mechanoreceptor interactions with the peripheral nervous system. This activates the gate-control mechanism to produce the analgesia.

For anybody that needs to heal soft tissue fast - this is the only real option out there.

What it Treats

General analgesia
Superficial wounds
Sores and abrasions
Tendon lesions
Ligament lesions
Dorsal metacarpal disease
(sore/bucked shins)
Post-surgery incision repair
Spinal pathologies
Tendon and ligament injury
Soft tissue adhesions
Ligament desmotomy
(Medial patellar, Inferior check)
Muscle strains and microtears
Muscle spasm
Moderates exercise-induced inflammation
Reduced recovery times 
OCD lesions (post-surgery)
Spinous process impingement
Developmental orthopedic disorders
Acute laminitis
Colitis-related laminitis prevention
Dermatological Conditions
Hoof disease (canker, thrush)