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CLASS IV Pet Laser Therapy

We offer treatment with class IV laser which is used in many facets to increase healing and decrease pain for your pet. We have seen just how much laser therapy has helped our patients, which is why we are proud to offer it for healing and pain control.

Please call and ask a technician for more information if you have questions regarding laser therapy. It could be what your pet needs to live a more comfortable life.

What We Can Treat with Our Therapeutic Laser

Laser therapy can be integrated into treatment plans for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Skin injuries
  • Injuries to the tendons, muscles, or ligaments
  • Lick granulomas
  • Injuries to the nervous system
  • Trigger points
  • Arthritis
  • Intervertebral and cervical disc disease
  • Post-operative incisions
  • ...and more
How the Laser Works

Laser therapy works well with other forms of treatment, such as medication and physical therapy, to relieve pain and increase healing. 

To provide treatment, the laser device emits measured pulses of infrared light, which penetrate through the skin and deep into the muscle tissue. The light energy is absorbed into the cells that make up this tissue, causing chemical and physical changes that regenerate cells and repair damaged ones.

The Benefits of Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is non-invasive, drug-free, and painless with no side effects. It provides several major benefits for pets struggling daily with chronic pain, surgery recovery, or acute injury:

  • Decreases inflammation and swelling
  • Increases blood circulation to the affected area and throughout the entire body
  • Accelerates healing of bruised and damaged tissue
  • Reduces pain
  • Increases mobility in patients with stiff, achy joints
When Will I See Results?

Acute conditions are easier to treat. If your pet just had surgery or has a small laceration that needs extra help healing, one treatment of laser therapy may be enough. However, pets with chronic health problems will need to come in for multiple treatments, since their conditions have had more time to develop. Therefore, it will take longer to see results.

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