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What is Laser Therapy
Laser Therapy is a painless treatment that uses clinically tested wavelengths of light to stimulate natural biological processes leading to faster healing and pain relief. Like plants absorb sunlight through photosynthesis, cells in the body absorb laser energy that stimulates the body to release pain relieving compounds and are energized to participate in the healing process. There are no side effects and many times laser therapy can take the place of pharmaceuticals and surgery to treat long-term, degenerative conditions.
Will it treat my condition?
Any condition that causes swelling and pain can be treated with laser including;
- Wounds and Soft Tissue Injuries
- Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD)
- Lick Granuloma
- Dental Conditions
- Neurologic Injuries
- Skin Conditions
- Chronic Pain
- And more…
Is this going to hurt?
Laser therapy treatment is pain free and in fact, depending on the condition, some patients experience immediate relief. Soon after the first treatment, your pet may be able to move with less pain or have a more relaxed stride and better range of motion.
Ask your veterinarian how laser therapy may be an effective choice in helping your pet feel better!
How often do I have to be treated?
Acute conditions can be resolved with just a few treatments, however it is not unusual for a chronic condition to require multiple-treatments over a period of several weeks. Most treatments take up to 15 minutes and are frequently used in conjunction with other forms of rehabilitation. Your veterinarian can evaluate your condition and recommend the best treatment protocol and dosage.
How do I know this is really going to work?
Thousands of studies over the past 40 years have demonstrated a wide range of beneficial effects of laser therapy including wound healing, nerve regeneration, and pain relief. Laser Therapy has been approved by the US FDA for use in human medicine and is in wide use around the world.
Is Laser Therapy Right for Your Pet?
This is an option that you should discuss with Dr. Radica Raj during a consultation.