Laser Therapy for Your Pet
Drug-free, Surgery-free, Pain-free, Relief for Your Companion
Find out more about cold laser therapy…
What to Expect:
*There is no sedation required and restraint is minimal. Most pets find the treatment pleasant and comforting.
*Although improvement maybe seen after the first visit, most patients require several treatments (3-9) for the greatest benefit.
*A multi visit plan is recommended for most conditions. Treatment times vary in length, generally 2-8 minutes per site.
*Some pets exhibit greater comfort and mobility within 12-24 hours after a laser treatment. Class IV laser therapy treatments are cumulative in nature. The length and frequency of treatments varies with your pet’s condition.
What Not to Expect:
*Do not expect 100% resolution after one (1) treatment.
*Do not expect a cure for arthritis.
*Do not immediately increase your pet’s activity level. No Frisbees, tennis balls, etc. Your veterinarian will direct you as to when and what types of activities are allowed.
*Do not stop treatment after 2 or 3 sessions if you don’t think its “working”. It takes time for decreased inflammation and tissue healing. Most pets do feel relief after the first treatment. Often times the owner sees how much it was really “working” when they stop the laser and the pet then is painful again.
What to Watch for:
*Renewed energy and freedom of movement. Getting up and down the stairs easier, hopping on the couch, PLAYING…
*Rapid tissue healing
*Improved quality of life
Cold laser therapy is used to treat multiple ailments and injuries in dogs and cats. Treatable conditions include:
Arthritis/DJD (Hip Dysplasia)
Trauma, Fractures, Joint and Nerve injuries
Muscle, Ligament or tendon injuries
(Sprains, strains and tears) Post-trauma wounds Post-surgical pain/healing/rehab
Musculoskeletal diseases, Neck and Back Pain
(Acute and Chronic)
Skin lesions or abrasions
Ulcerations and open wounds
(Lick granulomas, Hot Spots, Abscesses)
Acute and Chronic Ear Problems
Frequently Asked Questions
Does it hurt? What does a treatment feel like?
Are there any side effects or associated risks?
How long does each treatment take?
How often should a patient be treated?
How many treatments does it take?
How long before the results are felt?
A Sample Treatment Schedule is as follows:
Acute Conditions and Injuries:
Every other day for 1 week (3 total) Twice the second week (2 total) Once the third week (1 total)
Every other day for 3 weeks (9 total) Additional booster treatments as needed
Your veterinarian will recommend a treatment
plan specific to your pet’s condition.
Ok, so how much does this cost?
We try to make this amazing treatment as affordable as possible.
|Package of 6||$125|
|Package of 10||$200|
***Prices may increase due to specialized conditions such as Pulmonary Fibrosis