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Laser therapy is an alternative way to provide relief to your pet. The Companion Therapy Laser is a class IV FDA-approved cold laser, which uses a wavelength of light to stimulate the cells to produce energy and do their job better.
Laser therapy can be applied to wide variety of conditions and ailments, from your every day ache to skin conditions, ear infections, open wounds, trauma, sprain, strain and after surgery.
Roxy is ready for her post-op treatment
After the doctor has indicated your pet is a good candidate for laser therapy, you may purchase individual sessions or a 6 treatment package. Recommended treatment protocols vary based on individual conditions and situations. The following are some examples:
For acute Otitis (ear inflammation) or a sudden hotspot sometimes as little as one treatment is effective and can supply your pet with immediate relief.
For chronic conditions, such as arthritis:
For wounds and abrasions:
For most dermatological conditions:
Hayward waiting patiently for his treatment to begin
“When Daisey had to be quiet and inactive after her surgery, her back legs flared with arthritis pain. When she was ready to get moving, she could not do so comfortably. The arthritis medication took some of the pain away but she was still in pain at the end of the day. Since we started the laser treatments, she has improved dramatically. Her legs have regained range of motion… She is anxious to go on walks and regained her stamina to go the full circle at her favorite park!”