Cold Laser Therapy for Pets in Clemmons, NC
Cold laser therapy is a drug-free, surgery-free option for treating a variety of painful and inflammatory issues in pets at the Animal Hospital of Clemmons.
Non-Invasive Pain Treatment
Cold laser therapy is a non-surgical and drug-free treatment option that can be used to treat inflammatory conditions in pets, and can be undertaken in conjunction with traditional treatments.
Your pet may be a candidate for cold laser therapy if they have sustained an injury, undergone orthopedic surgery, or suffer from arthritis or other painful conditions.Book A Laser Therapy Appointment
How Cold Laser Therapy Works
Cold lasers therapy uses focused light to stimulate the tissue at and below the surface of the skin. The biochemical effect of this process is the promotion of cellular energy and regeneration, resulting in tissue repair, better circulation and pain relief.
Laser therapy is considered safe and effective in the veterinary industry, and can effectively treat conditions, diseases, and injuries such as musculoskeletal injuries, soft tissue injuries (sprains and strains) and arthritis. It is often recommended as a supplement to other treatment options to provide an improved outcome.
Before treatment, your pet will undergo a full physical exam, along with x-rays if necessary. During the treatment session itself, the laser wand is applied to the area to be treated for 5 to 20 minutes.
Cold laser therapy has a cumulative effect, and so treatments should be done at the frequency recommended by your veterinarian for the best results.
Laser therapy has a variety of benefits for pets including:
- Reduces pain and swelling
- Speeds the healing process
- Enhances circulation
- Decreases nerve sensitivity
- No negative side effects
- No sedation is required
- No need to shave or clip the treatment area
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