Pet Laser Therapy
A range of illnesses can be treated with veterinary laser therapy, which is non-invasive, painless, drug- and surgery-free. It can also be used in conjunction with other treatments. Deep-penetrating light is used in laser therapy for pets to encourage a series of chemical processes known as photobiostimulation. Endorphins are released due to this process, which also invites wounded cells to repair more quickly.
Although a pet’s condition usually improves after the first appointment, the frequency and duration of laser therapy will depend on your pet’s condition. Treatment times might vary, but most locations call for 3 to 8 minutes.