Clinical studies and real-world use over several decades have proven that laser therapy alleviates pain and inflammation, reduces swelling, stimulates nerve regeneration, and cells involved in tissue repair.
Starfox (left) receives Laser Therapy on his luxating patella. Because surgery is not necessary, when pain flares up, Laser Therapy has aided in relief.
Sullivan (middle) had a flare up of hives after an allergic reaction. He scratched his neck so badly within 30 minutes of hives that an open wound began showing concern of a hot spot. The area was shaved and cleaned and Sullivan was started on medication. Laser therapy can stimulate hair growth and speed up the healing process as well as decrease pain and inflammation. Because he was scratching so often, even after medication, the spot was struggling to heal. After the first treatment of laser therapy, the wound started to scab over, starting the healing process. It was clear the irritation had decreased, and he stopped scratching as often, allowing the wound to heal. After two weeks, the wound is gone and his hair has grown out.
Willow (right) has been battling arthritis. After trying numerous supplements, although showing helpful results, none seemed to show the level of improvement as laser therapy. Her mom couldn't believe that by the third treatment, she started to trot on their nightly walk!
Improved Patient Outcomes
- Deep, soothing laser therapy provides a drug-free option for enhanced patient care.
- Effective relief of pain, inflammation, and swelling
- Extremely well tolerated by pets
- No known side effects
- May decrease the need for surgery and medications
- Reduces healing time
- Requires no sedation or clipping
- Quick to administer (approximately 3 to 6 minutes per site)
- Allows pet owners to be present and participate in the healing process
If your pet may benefit from Laser Therapy, our doctors will guide you through the best treatment plan for them.