College for Photomedicine

Veterinary Medicine

Laser phototherapy in veterinary medicine

There is no other health care group that uses the potential of photobiological therapies as comprehensively and sustainably as animal therapists, animal physiotherapists and veterinarians. With a universal mechanism, laser therapy influences pain states, regeneration processes, functional limitations, degenerative developments and even performance and psyche.


Our seminar events are subject-specific and offer, in addition to training in theory and practice, personal contact and exchange with lecturers and colleagues. With some seminar series it is possible to obtain a training certificate. Overnight stays are also possible at the event locations.


We offer our e-learning courses as webinars or video courses. Webinars take place live at a fixed time as a video conference. They take part via the Internet and can communicate directly with the lecturers.

Participation in video courses can be divided according to your time options. The courses consist of several lessons with training videos and accompanying material.

Certified training

Some of our seminars, webinars or video courses offer the possibility of certified training, at the end of which you can take an exam. If you pass the exam, you will receive a personal training certificate.


The tutorials are subject-specific compilations of short videos, in which experts demonstrate practical applications. By dividing it into short video sequences, you can quickly find the right topics.

Tutorials in the COLLL education shop


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PRO membership at COLLL

As a member, in addition to access to specialist forums, you will receive exclusive information material, discount offers for training events and a COLLL membership certificate.

Photo-Biomodulation - the mechanism at the source

Today, the term photo-biomodulation is used internationally for all procedures used in medicine that can influence the homeostasis of cell metabolism with light. Laser phototherapy, i.e. therapy with cold, coherent light, is the most effective method. It reaches, for example, the mitochondrial matrix and can calibrate the signal transmission, the concentration of oxygen radicals and the respiratory chain and thus strengthen the capacity for healing at the source of metabolism. 

Combined therapies

Laser light can also stimulate acupuncture points (laser acupuncture) and be pulsed (frequency therapy / laser field therapy). Many therapists in the veterinary field combine these approaches to photo-biomodulation.
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