Laser Therapy

Always dedicated to providing the highest standard of veterinary technology, we are proud to offer laser therapy for our patients.

This drug-free, non-invasive treatment allows us to reduce bleeding and swelling after surgery. Laser therapy also reduces pain and recovery time, helping your pet feel better more quickly.

In addition, laser therapy can help relieve pain and inflammation for many other conditions, including arthritis, skin/ear infections, hot spots, and more.

By stimulating the body to regenerate on a cellular level, laser therapy works by helping your pet naturally heal itself faster.

Wonder if laser therapy can benefit your pet? Contact us today!

Consider it the “non-cutting” edge of veterinary science! Laser therapy is an innovative technology used to treat acute and chronic injuries. This non-invasive treatment stimulates cell regeneration by increasing blood flow to the targeted area, which accelerates the healing process. It has been successfully used to accelerate the healing process after surgery, alleviate joint pain, and treat degenerative diseases.

How it works

Low-level or “cold” laser therapy focuses red and infrared light on tissue at and below the surface of the skin. The light energizes the cells, producing a structural protein called collagen used to repair tissue. Lasers continue the healing process by supporting vascular dilation and synthesis, increasing blood circulation to the affected region. The stimulation also releases the body’s own pain-relieving hormones.

The process generally takes between 5-10 minutes, with most patients seeing positive effects after 3-5 uses. The treatment continues to relieve pain and fight inflammation for up to 24 hours following the session.

Conditions improved with laser therapy:

  • Hip dysplasia
  • Post-surgical incisions and soft-tissue trauma
  • Arthritis and degenerative joint disease
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Neuromuscular disease

Laser therapy is normally combined with other types of veterinary medicine including pharmaceutical regimens and alternative treatments. The broad biochemical benefits and lack of adverse side effects have made laser therapy the preferred post-operative rehab method in veterinary medicine.

If you would like to know more about laser therapy and if it could benefit your pet, contact us at 724-742-4433.

What's Next

  • 1

    Call us or request an appointment online!

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    Meet with a doctor for an initial exam.

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    Put a plan together for your pet.

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