Laser Therapy


What is Laser Therapy?

Laser Therapy is a surgery free, drug free, non-invasive treatment to reduce pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.
The Class IV Therapy Laser utilizes the deep penetration of red and infrared light to promote soft tissue healing and enhanced relief from pain.  It can be used as a stand-alone therapy or to complement other treatment modalities.

How does it work?

The light beam enters the cells producing photons which stimulate increased energy, within the cells, to optimize their role in the natural healing process.  Laser light is a painless non-invasive treatment to stimulate the body’s own normal healing process.  Stimulation of normal cellular function results in faster wound repair and enhanced pain relief.

Benefits / Biological Effects of Laser Therapy:

Reduces Pain  (Analgesia.)
Decreases Inflammation.
Accelerates Tissue Repair and Cell Growth.
Improves Circulation  (Angiogenesis.)
Increases Cellular Metabolic Activity.
Decreases Fibrous Tissue Formation.
Improves Nerve Function.
Accelerates wound Healing.
Stimulates Immuno-Regulation.
Stimulates the Acupuncture Trigger Points.

Goals of Laser Therapy for Your Pet:

Relief of Symptoms.
Increased Range of Motion or Restoration of Function.
Reduction (or Elimination) of Medications Needed.
Improved Quality of Life.

Acute Conditions Treated with Laser Therapy:

Surface Infections.
Cuts / Bites.
Tooth Extraction Pain / Gingivitis.
Sprains, Strains, & Fractures.
Post Surgical Healing & Pain Relief.

Chronic Conditions Laser Therapy Can Help:

Degenerative Joint Disease.
Inflammatory  Bowel Disease.
Periodontal Disease / Stomatitis.
Feline Inflammatory Cystitis.
Lick Granulomas.
Geriatric Aches and Pains.
Hip Dysplasia.
Aural Hematomas.
Feline Acne.

How Many Treatment Sessions Will My Pet Need?

Every patient responds differently to therapy.  We will adjust the planned treatments to your pet’s specific needs.  Generally acute problems take fewer sessions and chronic concerns require more sessions.  Some chronic problems may do best with ongoing maintenance care.