Pet Cold Laser Therapy
Whether your pet has undergone surgery, has been injured, or has chronic pain, cold laser therapy is an excellent way to give your pet pain relief and speed the healing process. Pet laser therapy can be used for treating a large number of conditions, both temporary (acute) and long-term (chronic).
The most common conditions treated with the therapeutic laser are:
- Broken bones
- Sprains and strains
- Torn ligaments
- Soft-tissue injuries
- Lick granulomas
- Ear infections
- Intervertebral disc disease
- Hot spots
- Surgical incisions
- ...and more
WHAT DOES LASER THERAPY TREAT?
Cold laser therapy is becoming more commonly used in veterinary medicine for good reason. This tool can help your pet find relief from pain and infection without the need for drugs or further surgery. It is non-invasive, gentle and painless, as it uses light energy to repair damaged cells and help the body heal.
Important benefits that laser therapy provides are:
- Reducing bruising, swelling, and inflammation of muscle tissue and skin
- Increasing blood circulation through the body and at affected areas
- Healing wounds and infections faster
- Patients have more energy
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HOW MANY LASER TREATMENTS WILL MY PET NEED?
The number of treatments that your pet may need depends on the condition being treated. For instance, acute issues, such as injuries to the skin or surgical incisions, can be managed with only a few treatments. In fact, one may be all that is necessary.
Chronic problems that have been around longer and are harder to treat, like arthritis and several ongoing diseases, may need multiple treatments and a little patience because the body needs more time to heal.