Pet Cold Laser Therapy

The cold laser promotes cell growth using photochemical, rather than thermal, light treatment.

Pet Cold Laser Therapy

By reducing inflammation caused by the encouragement of cell growth, pain is reduced, wounds heal quickly, and tissue is repaired. Your pet will receive non-invasive care during this process.

Laser therapy can aid almost every illness process that involves inflammation. Musculoskeletal disorders and injuries are among the most typical conditions for which laser therapy is used in veterinary medicine. The laser works well to improve the function of muscles stretched due to arthritis, hip dysplasia, or other injuries and to speed up the healing of injured muscles. Laser therapy benefits dogs healing from orthopedic surgery by reducing inflammation and pain while boosting circulation. While using the laser to treat wounds and incisions, healing time is accelerated.

The veterinary care your pet needs might simply include low-level laser therapy. Even the most frightened animal can be treated easily because the procedure is short and painless. In fact, after just a few minutes of treatment, many animals feel more at ease.