Laser Therapy For Pets

What Is Laser Therapy And How Does It Work?

At Fairgrounds Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves on providing the best care possible for your pets. We are always searching for the best ways to care for your pets especially where pain is concerned. Veterinary laser therapy for pets provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free and drug-free treatment that is used to treat a variety of conditions, and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatments. Laser treatment for pets employs deep-penetrating light to promote a chain of chemical reactions known as photobiostimulation. This process helps relieve pain through the release of endorphins, and it stimulates injured cells to heal at an accelerated pace.

Although improvement is often seen after the first visit, your pet’s condition will influence how often and long laser therapy is necessary. Treatments vary in length, but most sites require 3 to 8 minutes. Laser treatments for pets are cumulative, so each additional treatment facilitates a greater improvement in your pet’s condition. The length and frequency of treatments vary by condition, so allow your veterinarian to help devise a sufficient laser treatment schedule for your canine companion.

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Alleviate Your Pet’s Everyday Aches and Pains with Laser Therapy

A Surgery Free, Drug Free, Non invasive treatment!!

Our hospital is proud to offer laser therapy treatment to our patients. As our pets recover from trauma or simply need relief from everyday aches and pains, this technology offers a surgery free, drug free and pain free relief for your pet. Pets who receive laser therapy treatment benefit from reduced inflammation and pain and show an increased range of motion and mobility.

A patient receiving laser therapy at Fairgrounds Animal Hospital.

A patient receiving laser therapy at Fairgrounds Animal Hospital.

Laser Therapy has been scientifically proven to be successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.

This is a lick granuloma on a dog that has been on medication for years. Now medication free and healing.

This is a lick granuloma on a dog that has been on medication for years. Now medication free and healing.

Treating things like: 

  • Wounds, cuts/bites
  • Allergies
  • Infections
  • Reduce inflammation, speed healing
  • Sprains, strains, & fractures
  • Post-surgical healing & pain relief
  • Ear infections
  • Arthritis

 

 

 

 Call our hospital today to see if your pet is a candidate for Laser Therapy!