Reduce Pain and Speed Healing Through Laser Therapy!
All Animals Veterinary Hospital is now pleased to offer to you Companion Laser Therapy! For a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, and drug-free treatment choose laser therapy. Laser therapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions alongside existing treatments. Often times relief can be noticed within hours dependent on the affliction and your pet’s responses. This pain-treating innovative approach can be used to help your favorite household pet — whether they are healing from injury, in rehabilitation from a trauma, or simply getting on in years.
Applications for use
- General pain management (stiffness, sprains, and strains)
- Fractures and wounds (lesions, bites, and abrasions)
- Treating arthritis, hip dysplasia, and degenerative joint disease
- Ear Infections
- Post-surgery pains (neuters, spays, declawing, and others)
- Dental procedures
- Skin problems (lick granulomas, infections, and hot spots)
How it works
Laser therapy heals from within by stimulating the body as non-thermal photons of light are used within the body for an average of 3 to 8 minutes before being absorbed by damaged or injured cells. This causes stimulation within the cells and an increased rate of metabolism. The result is an increase in circulation, reduced inflammation, and most importantly relief from pain through your pet’s accelerated healing process.
What should my pet expect during treatment?
In one word; relief. During administration of the laser, your pet’s body will be allowed to relax as they enjoy treatment. Relief of pain will be almost immediate and allow your pet comfort as any anxiety they had prior dissipates.
Often times canine companions fall into a relaxing slumber during treatment. Feline friends known to exhibit a temper with other forms of poking and prodding purr with delight. After treatment, it isn’t unusual to hear that our furry patients are pain and worry-free as they indulge in behaviors they haven’t exhibited since their playful puppy years and precocious kitten beginnings. Within minutes, pain relief can come to your loved one, providing an increased quality of life.
How will I know if my pet can benefit from Companion Laser Therapy?
Many patients tend to be aging pets with musculoskeletal pains, but here are a few signs that your pet may benefit from this procedure:
- Irregular posture or resting state
- Groaning, whining, or other vocalizations of discomfort
- Circling round before finding a comfortable resting place
- Trouble lying down or getting back up
- Inattention to grooming
- Trouble navigating stairs
- Excessive self licking or biting
- Loss of appetite
- A tail that won’t wag
- Shaking or trembling