Progressive Healing with Laser Therapy for Dogs and Cats in Grifton, NC

Laser therapy is an innovative and highly effective tool for healing wounds and relieving pain in dogs and cats. Unlike traditional medication, the laser light does not put your pet at risk for any side effects, and it will not interfere with other treatments. We are very happy to be able to offer this service to our patients, who may find traditional treatments more stressful and uncomfortable. With soothing laser therapy for dogs and cats, your veterinarian can provide your pet with a gentle, relaxing healing and pain management alternative.

Is your pet a candidate for laser therapy? Call (252) 524-3384 to schedule a meeting with your veterinarian.

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What can Laser Therapy Help Treat?

Laser therapy has many uses, and can be adjusted to provide the maximum benefits to your pet. Some of the conditions we are able to Improve/treat include:

  • Arthritis
  • Surgical incisions
  • Bite wounds
  • Bone fractures
  • Lick granulomas
  • Burn wounds
  • Inflammation and swelling
  • Ear infections
  • …and more

How Does Laser Therapy for Dogs and Cats Work?

Laser therapy is completely non-invasive. When the laser light penetrates deep into your pet’s tissue, it causes them no harm or discomfort. In simple terms, laser therapy uses light particles which interact with your pet’s cells. Damaged cells are able to be repaired, and this sets the healing process in motion.

During a laser procedure, will be required to stand or lay down as needed so we can treat the affected area. Your veterinarian will have a handheld device that is connected to a small computer. This computer allows us to calibrate your pet’s treatment according to their needs, so they receive the correct “dose” of light. During the procedure, the handheld device, which emits the light particles, will be carefully and slowly massaged over the affected area for a specific amount of time.

What are the Primary Benefits of Laser Therapy?

There are several things we aim to achieve with your pet’s laser treatments, including:

  • Relieving their pain
  • Decreasing inflammation and swelling
  • Speeding up the healing process
  • Increasing blood circulation
  • Helping your pet regain their energy and mobility

To learn more about pet laser therapy, please call us at (252) 524-3384.