Laser Therapy


Now offering Companion Laser Therapy for the treatment of

→ Osteoarthritis

→ Degenerative joint and disc disease

→ Hip dysplasia

→ Dermatologic disorders (eg, hot spots, interdigital dermatitis, acral lick granuloma)

→ Acute and chronic otitis

→ Periodontal disease (eg, feline stomatitis)

→ Post-operative healing (eg, to treat incision pain and reduce inflammation before the patient wakes up)

→ Acute traumas (eg, sprains or strains without radiographic changes or ruptured ligaments)


Improved patient outcomes

→  Deep, soothing laser therapy provides a drug-free option for enhanced patient care.

→  Effective relief of pain, inflammation, and swelling

→  Extremely well tolerated by pets

→  No known side effects

→  May decrease the need for surgery and medications

→  Reduces healing time

→  Requires no sedation or clipping

→  Quick to administer (approximately 3 to 6 minutes per site)


Is laser therapy new?

The beneficial effects of laser light on tissue were first recognized almost forty years ago. Since then, there have been thousands of studies documenting the positive effects laser light has on different types of cells, tissue, and disorders.  Recent advances in technology and manufacturing have made it possible to have this exciting modality available and affordable for clinicians.


How long does the treatment take?

Treatment protocols are unique to each patient and condition. Therefore, treatments will vary in time, complexity and cost. For some chronic patients, multiple joints will be treated during one laser treatment session. When appropriate, laser therapy can be used as a complementary adjunct to other treatment plans.