Equine Massage | Canine Massage
Red Light Laser Therapy

Penny Hedler ~ Equine CEMST / Canine CMFT ~ 203-283-4554

Waves In Motion CT is based in Milford, Connecticut.
Services include Equine Massage, in home Canine Massage , PEMF and Red Light Laser Therapy
Serving Fairfield, New Haven & Middlesex CT Counties

Animal Massage

Animal massage therapy uses a variety of massage techniques and strokes to stimulate blood flow to different areas of the body. This encourages the flow of oxygen and nutrients while removing lactic acid and other toxins from the body. Massage is used to reduce stress, relieve pain and increases overall quality of life. 



Increases blood flow and tissue oxygenation
Enhances the body’s natural recovery from injury
Improves Cell Function
Promotes recovery from muscle fatigue after exercise
Balances the body’s interconnected systems

PEMF Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields

In a nutshell, PEMF enables the body to heal itself. Energy is delivered to the cells allowing the cell membranes to become more permeable. This allows the cells to better absorb the energy and oxygen they need to stay healthy. If cells become damaged due to injury, illness or inflammation, PEMF can increase blood flow to the affected areas allowing the cells to restore the area to a healthy state. 



Horse being treated with red light therapy

Red Light Therapy

Low Level Laser Therapy, also known as cold laser therapy, is a non invasive treatment that helps to reduce pain and inflammation. It has been used for years in the treatment of sports injuries for athletes and is now being used to treat animals.

Unlike some laser treatments, low level laser therapy does not heat the cells in the body (thermal reaction), which can be destructive. Instead, the laser operates using both LED and infrared wavelengths to create a photochemical reaction which stimulates the damaged cells to undergo regeneration and the natural healing process.

Benefits of Red Light Therapy
Reduces Inflammation and pain
Reduces scar tissue Promotes healing of soft tissue injuries
Ideal for open wounds
Improves Cell Function
Helps heal ligament and tendon injuries
Improves arthritic conditions by reducing inflammation
Can be used similar to acupuncture to relieve pressure points
16 year old dog receiving a massage and pemf session