Class (III) Laser Therapy

Has your Pet had recent surgery?  Does your pet suffer from chronic pain?

At Firth Veterinary Hospital, we believe that when it comes to caring for your cherished Companion, you should have as many choices as possible. That’s why we’re pleased to offer class III cold laser therapy as part of our comprehensive suite of services. The laser uses painless waves of light to treat areas of the body that are experiencing pain or have suffered any type of trauma. This triggers a natural response without the need for medication or other invasive measures. As a result, your loved one can enjoy decreased pain, enhanced mobility and shorter recovery periods.  This treatment is standardly used post surgery to help promote a speedy recovery and minimize pain and inflammation instantly.

 

What is veterinary Class III Cold Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy is a painless, non-invasive form of treatment which stimulates the body’s natural healing and pain control response. It can be used as a standalone therapy or as a complement to other treatment methods. Using a small, handheld device, a low level laser is applied to the area of treatment, stimulating normal cellular function. This results in faster surgical or wound healing and enhanced pain relief caused by other ailments. Best of all, because laser therapy requires no medication or surgery, there are no harmful side effects.

 

What are the benefits of Laser Therapy?

  • Anti-Inflammation – Decreases swelling from bruising/inflammation almost instantly
  • Anti-Pain – Blocks pain by decreasing nerve sensitivity
  • Accelerates Tissue Repair, Cell Growth and Nerve Function
  • Improves Circulation
  • Rapidly Accelerates Healing and Reduces Scarring

What other things can Laser Therapy be used for? 

Laser therapy can be used to successfully address a broad spectrum of conditions, including:

¨        Ear Infections

¨        Anal Gland concerns

¨        Sprains and Strains

¨        Chronic Pain and Inflammation

¨        Dermatological Conditions

¨        Lick Granulomas

¨        Arthritis

¨        Disc Disease

¨        Hip Dysplasia

¨        Degenerative Joint Disease

¨        Cranial Cruciate Ligament

¨        Dental Problems

 

How many sessions will my pet need?

Because every Pet is different, their response to Laser Therapy is equally unique. Depending on your loved one’s specific condition, its severity and a number of other determining factors, treatment strategies will vary. For some patients, positive results can be seen after just one session. Others may require a more long-term strategy to achieve the desired outcome. We will provide you with an individual treatment recommendation once we’ve had the opportunity to evaluate your Companion’s situation.

Does your four-legged family member suffer from a chronic medical condition, like arthritis? Has a recent injury or surgery negatively impacted your Companion’s lifestyle or quality of life? If so, we invite you to reach out today to learn whether the state of the art Laser Therapy services at Firth Veterinary Hospital could help.

 

 

 

 

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