Is laser therapy new?
The beneficial effects of laser light on tissue were first recognized almost forty years ago. Since then, there have been thousands of studies documenting the positive effects laser light has on different types of cells, tissue, and disorders. Recent advances in technology and manufacturing have made it possible to have this exciting modality available and affordable for clinicians.
How long does the treatment take?
Treatment protocols are unique to each patient and condition. Therefore, treatments will vary in time and complexity. For some chronic patients, multiple joints will be treated during one laser treatment session. When appropriate, laser therapy can be used as a complementary adjunct to other treatment plans.
What’s involved with treating my pet?
The laser light is delivered through a non-invasive handpiece to treat the affected area. Your pet will feel a gentle and soothing warmth. As the laser is administered, many pets will relax, much like you would experiencing a good massage. The almost immediate relief of pain will allow your pet to be comfortable and any anxiety that your pet initially experienced will dissipate.
What to expect during a Companion Laser Therapy treatment session for your companion?
Simply put, it provides relief. The fur does not need to be clipped. Eye protection will be worn by the laser operator and anyone in a close proximity to the laser probe. The eyes of the animal will be directed away from the treatment area or covered with a towel or eye wear. The clinician will move the probe over the area of treatment to assure the laser is being delivered to the area which needs improvement.
Chronic and Acute Condition’s
- CCL (Cruciate Repair)
- Cuts and Bites
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Dental/Gingivitis/Stomatitis/Tooth Extraction
- Hip Dysplasia
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Lick Granuloma’s
- Luxating Patella
- Pain Relief
- Post Surgical Healing
- Skin Conditions
- Urinary Tract Disease
- Wound Healing