Welcome to Laser Therapy
(We Proudly Offer This Drug-Free, Surgery-Free, Pain Relief Treatment Introducing Laser Therapy)
Our hospital is proud to offer laser therapy, a non-invasive treatment designed to help reduce your pet’s pain and accelerate healing times. Laser therapy can be used on a variety of conditions both acute and chronic including: arthritis, post-operative pain, ear infections, wounds, and much more. Contact your veterinarian today to find out how laser therapy can benefit your pet.
How it works?
Cold laser therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates faster healing process while using low levels of light. Through this process, different wavelengths are applied directly to the affected area and the body tissue then absorbs the light being transmitted through the wavelengths. This will cause the damaged cells to respond with a physiological reaction which will promote cell regeneration.
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Medical procedures called laser therapy make use of concentrated light. Light from a laser—which is short for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation—is tailored to particular wavelengths, unlike light from most other sources. This enables it to be concentrated into strong beams. Because of its power, laser light may be used to cut steel and form diamonds. Lasers in medicine enable surgeons to operate with extreme accuracy by concentrating on a tiny region, causing minimal damage to the surrounding tissue. In comparison to standard surgery, laser treatment may result in less pain, edema, and scars. However, laser therapy can be pricey and need several sessions.
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According to PetCareRx, A number of acute and chronic illnesses, including arthritis, post-operative pain, ear infections, wounds, and much more, can be treated using laser therapy.
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