We are very excited to offer Laser Therapy to our patients. Laser therapy works by increasing the amount of available oxygen to the cell's mitochondria. Having oxygen available to the power plant of the cell boosts healing and reduces inflammation. Therefore, pet's will heal faster from surgery and chronic illnesses. Laser Therapy also reduces inflammation in joints and works well in geriatric patients helping them to move with less pain.
What will your pet feel?
Laser therapy produces a warm sensation over the affected area, similar to a heating pad. Each session lasts 3-10 minutes depending on the number of sites treated, and your pet can sit or lay during the procedure. Laser therapy does not cause changes to your pet's skin or hair and has no side effects. It may take several treatments to notice your pet feeling better or to see improvement in wounds or surgical incisions.
Common Uses for Laser Therapy:-Surgery sites-Gingival sites from dental cleaning or extractions-Chronic ear infections-Lick Granulomas-Wounds-Muscle sprains and strains-Back pain and disc diseaseFor additional information click here