Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a somewhat recent treatment. It is non-invasive, painless and allows us to treat various ailments your pet may be experiencing.

How does laser therapy work?

For laser therapy, a therapeutic laser is used to stimulate cells and transfer energy to them. It can help reduce inflammation, stimulate wound repair and alleviate pain. Laser therapy is generally used as a tool in pet rehabilitation and physiotherapy.

When can laser therapy be used to treat my pet?

Laser therapy is recommended for most issues involving pain or inflammation or problems resulting in wounds. Some examples of when it can be used are on open wounds, fractures, osteoarthritis, swelling, muscle or ligament injuries, etc.

What are the benefits of laser therapy?

  • Painless and non-invasive treatment
  • No anaesthesia or sedatives required
  • Fast treatment (only lasts a few minutes)
  • Improvements visible after first few sessions

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