Deep-penetrating light is used in laser therapy for animals to encourage a series of biochemical processes known as "photo-bio-stimulation." Endorphins are released as a result of this process, which also encourages wounded cells to repair more quickly.
Laser therapy speeds up tissue regeneration while reducing pain and inflammation. It boosts circulation, bringing nutrients, oxygen, and water to the injured area. By doing so, an ideal healing environment is created, which lowers pain, inflammation, stiffness, muscular spasm, and Edoema.
Types Of Conditions For Pet Laser Therapy
- Ear infections
- Hot Spots and open wounds
- Muscle, ligament and tendon injuries
- Post-surgical and soft tissue trauma
- Anal gland infections
- Back pain
- Degenerative disc disease
- Arthritis/ hip dysplasia
How You Can Detect Their Pain?
- Difficulty in climbing stairs up or down
- Groaning or Whining
- Abnormal sitting or lying posture
- Limping or unable to lie down
- Circling multiple times before lying down
- Licking or biting area
- Lack of grooming
- Unable to wag
- Lack of appetite
Why Treat With Laser Therapy?
Laser therapy gives your pet a flexible, technician-driven tool that is a reliable complement to current therapies and can produce clinical successes on challenging problems with pain and inflammation.
The administration of treatments takes only a few minutes and is non-invasive, drug-free, and surgery-free. As they watch their loved one instantly relax as the discomfort is massaged away, clients appreciate participating in the care of their pets.