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Laser Therapy in Veterinary*

Do you know that?

  • Almost all major Animal Hospitals in Canada offer Laser Therapy?
  • Veterinarians report success with Laser Therapy treatment?
  • Laser therapy provides a sterile, pain-free, surgery- free, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of injuries, wounds, fractures, neurological conditions, numerous dermatological problems, and pain for animals?
  • If a pet is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, your pet will advantage from this innovative new method to Veterinary medicine.

Laser therapy uses light to favor and accelerate the body’s natural healing processes. The laser beam is moved over the skin so that the light energy (photons) penetrates the tissue where it interacts with various molecules (chromophores) that cause different biological effects. It produces a photochemical, non-thermal and photomechanical effect. Laser therapy uses cutting-edge technology to treat a variety of ailments including arthritis, skin conditions, wound healing, gingivitis, hip dysplasia and degenerative joint disease.

Laser Therapy Training Program in Veterinary

Laser therapy has been proven to help with conditions such as:

  • Chronic and Acute Medical Disorders
  • Pain Relief
  • Rehabilitation
  • Age Related Illnesses

Many pet owners select alternative treatments for their animals for a number of reasons.  Laser therapy is mostly attractive to some because it offers a drug-free, safe and painless treatment choice and has been proven in a number of studies to produce significant results.

  • LLLT is used to upsurge the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue healing, reduce inflammation, and pain relief.
  • It is a smart form of treatment for animal athletes, due to the faster healing, outlook of shorter recovery and lay-off times.

How is laser therapy applied to pet?

Laser Therapy contains directing a beam of laser light over the pet’s skin, straight above the area where the pet has some discomfort, inflammation, or injury. Not like a surgical laser, Therapy Lasers do not cut or burn tissue, they stimulate tissue to heal. The beam of laser light travels over the area for several minutes, the length of time varies with the size of the pet and the size of the treatment area. The therapy can take as little as eight to 10 minutes on a small dog or cat, or about a half hour for bigger animals with more therapeutic areas. During this time the pet will be really relaxed and calm.

 

 

* The results may vary from individuals.