Enhance Your Pet’s Life With Laser Therapy

Sometimes, pets require more than their twice-yearly check-up to keep them happy and healthy. Pet laser therapy is a non-invasive procedure used to treat various conditions in pets. It is a pain-free and drug-free treatment that can improve your pet’s quality of life.

You want what’s best for your pet. So do we. Our Hefner Road Animal Hospital team proudly offers pet laser therapy to keep your pet feeling its best.

The Benefits of Laser Therapy

Laser therapy has many benefits and treats a multitude of conditions in pets. It accelerates wound healing, which reduces the need for medications. We also use pet laser therapy to control pain and stimulate post-surgical wound healing.

Pet laser therapy has exceptional therapeutic capabilities. It can reduce swelling and inflammation in joints, strengthen muscles, and enhance your pet’s quality of life. Here are some common conditions that can benefit from laser therapy in pets:

  • Open wounds, post-surgical incisions
  • Arthritis and hip dysplasia
  • Muscle, tendon, and ligament injuries
  • Back injuries and back pain, such as degenerative disc disease
  • Cellulitis

How Does it Work?

Pet laser therapy is also called cold laser therapy. It concentrates low-level light waves at a specific wavelength to alternate cellular tissue. This process stimulates cell regeneration and increases blood circulation to promote tissue repair and healing.

Generally, pet laser therapy treatments take less than ten minutes but can vary in length and frequency. The treatment is pain-free and conducted in a relaxed atmosphere. You may see improvement after the first appointment. However, your pet’s condition will determine the number of treatments needed.

Our pet laser therapy experts will create a treatment schedule tailored to your pet’s needs.

Schedule Your Pet’s Laser Therapy Treatment Today!

Thousands of pets benefit from laser therapy. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. Our compassionate veterinarians and staff are devoted to helping your pet live a long, happy, and comfortable life.