Your pet can get relief from joint pain

 

Laser therapy is a unique therapy because it is not based on the development of heat but on the photochemical and photobiological effects in cells and tissues. Laser light positively stimulates the functions of injured cells. These positive effects include increased production of ATP (cellular energy). This means that if the cell is damaged and inflamed it can heal quicker with laser therapy. Even if the cell has undergone degenerative changes (such as arthritis), it can recharge itself with energy and begin to heal.


Laser therapy energizes cell function, promotes healing of damaged tissue, and helps restore body function. This healing can occur even after metabolic slow-downs due to immobility, traumas or surgical operations.


Laser therapy also stimulates blood and lymphatic microcirculation. This means that more oxygen and nutrition will get to the injured tissue. It also means that the drainage of cellular waste and toxins will improve. This leads to tissue healing.


Unfortunately we can’t cure chronic conditions like arthritis, but 6 Laser treatments over a 3 week period can give relief for 4 to 12 weeks. A single booster treatment when needed gives another 4 to 12 weeks of relief.


Treatment times are just 3 to 5 minutes per site.


There is no anesthesia required as your pets feel just a little bit of warmth in their tissue.


The Laser treatment is very soothing for your pet. They look forward to their treatments.


After about 5 minutes of Laser treatment the body starts to release endorphines, a chemical release by the body that has a relaxing effect on the body, that also helps to reduce pain.


What is Laser or Light Therapy?


Laser Therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near infrared) to create therapeutic effects. These effects include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling.


What health problems benefit from Laser Therapy?


Soft Tissue Injuries

Tendinopathies

Sprains

Strains

Back and Neck Pain

Chondromalacia Patellae

Muscle Spasms

Shoulder Pain

Knee Pain


Neurogenic Pain

Post Traumatic Injury

Diabetic Neuropathy

Trigeminal Neuralgia

Radiculitis

Herniated Disc


Degenerative Conditions

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Osteoarthritis


The Class 4 Companion Therapy Laser can give your pet relief from joint pain. Talk to your veterinarian about this exciting technology.

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