Heal with the speed of light

Induce skin healing in horses. Apply Phovia Fluorescent Light Therapy to most skin lesion as part of the your skin/wound healing protocol.

Phovia LED lamp and gel
Phovia being applied to horse wound

Healing with the
Speed of Light

Accelerate natural skin regeneration for most lesions with Phovia, a clinically proven fluorescent light therapy system helping horses recover quickly.

When and where
to apply Phovia

Phovia can be used to heal common equine skin conditions including:
Horse wound after Phovia application

How Phovia is different than laser therapy

Traditional therapy laser requires very precise positioning to ensure optimal beam delivery intensity and often covers a smaller treatment area.4 In addition, lasers require more frequent and longer treatments, up to 15 minutes each.

While most light therapy systems are limited to a single wavelength, addressing at most one level of the skin, the Phovia chromophores release FLE at multiple wavelengths, giving multiple beneficial cellular responses simultaneously.

Case Study #1

A 5-year-old Quarter Horse stallion with traumatic wound abrasions showed significant reduction in inflammation and healing time after a total of 3 Phovia sessions using two 2 minute back-to-back treatments. Prior to first Phovia session, the wound was rinsed with saline and chlorhexidine, plus Derma GeL® was applied daily for the first week.

Case Study #2

After a trailer accident, this 8-year-old horse received NSAIDs and antibiotic ointment. Just 4 days following 2 back-to-back Phovia sessions, the epithelization was “impressive” according to the treating veterinarian.

Case Study #3

An 8-year-old TB Gelding sustained a traumatic wound from being hit by a car. Treatment consisted of antibiotics, PEMF, daily application of Derma-GeL, and 6 Phovia fluorescent light therapy sessions over 7 weeks starting on Day 10, and resulted in a dramatic recovery.
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