Cold-Laser Therapy (Photobimodulation)
What is Laser Therapy?
Unlike surgical lasers that use heat to cut through tissue, "cold" laser uses infared light energy to stimulate cellular healing, which also helps to alleviate pain and inflammation. It has a photochemical effect similar to photosynthesis in plants, utilizing mitochondria to enhance ATP production in cells. This drug-free, side-effect free treatment can be used as an adjunct to your pet's prescribed treatment plan.
Class IV Tissue Laser Therapy Uses a beam of laser light to deeply penetrate tissue without damaging it. Laser energy induces a biological response in the cells called "photobiomodulation", which leads to reduced pain, inflammation and helps to increase healing. How it Works The laser light is delivered through a noninvasive hand-piece to treat the affected area. Your pet may feel a gentle and soothing warmth. Most treatments take a matter of minutes to accomplish with one of our certified laser technicians. Laser therapy is a surgery free, drug free, non-invasive treatment for reducing pain, reducing inflammation, and speeding up healing processes. Laser therapy is a scientifically proven way to reduce your pet's pain and inflammation. Photobiomodulation, more commonly called laser therapy, targets your pet's damaged cells and helps them regenerate faster. Much like sunlight helps a plant produce energy, laser therapy helps energize your pet's cells. What are the Costs? Treatment protocols are unique to each patients and condition. Therefore, treatments are tailored to each pet, varying in time, complexity, and cost. Laser can be used to enhance other treatment plans recommended by your veterinarian. Call today for an estimate for your pet. Single sessions and packages are available to suite your pet's individual needs.
What can it be used on? Laser Therapy has been scientifically proven to be to be successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.
Post-Surgical Healing & Pain Relief
Wounds/Abscesses/Cellulitis Allergies Infections Cuts/Bites Inflammation
Back injury/Disc disease Tooth Extraction Pain Relief Sprains, Strains and Fractures and Other Orthopedic Conditions
Arthritis/Degenerative Joint Disease
Inflammatory Bowel Disease