Veterinary laser therapy is a painless, innovative treatment to be used in conjunction with, or in place of. medication.

Therapeutic lasers use light waves to alter your pet’s tissue physiology. Light absorbed by cellular components stimulates electrons and activates cells to promote growth, proliferation, migration, and repair.

The main clinical benefits of laser therapy pets include decreased inflammation, decreased pain, and improved wound healing.

Laser therapy is used for many veterinary medical conditions, including:
Pain management
Chronic arthritis
Wound healing including dental extraction sites
Surgical incisions
Tendon and ligament injuries
Traumatic injuries
Laser therapy is particularly useful for pets with limited medical treatment options, such as:
Pets with liver disease who cannot take commonly prescribed pain medications
Cats, for whom only a few pain-control medications are approved
Older pets with diminished organ function
Exotic pets for whom medication administration is difficult or impossible

Your pet deserves to heal as fast as possible.

Integrative Veterinary Medicine

Other Resources: