Laser Therapy:
cutting edge treatment for your companion

Laser Therapy has been used for decades in the treatment of humans and this revolutionary method is now being applied in the field of veterinary care. It is used in a wide range of medical conditions. It is recommended in the treatment of all types of pain relief:

  • arthritis
  • discopathy
  • tendon injuries
  • degenerative articular diseases
  • bursitis (chronic pain)
  • traumas to the muscular-skeletal system
  • post-surgical pain
  • strains
  • contusions and haematoma (acute pain).

Its proven anti-inflammatory, anti-edemic and analgesic effects means that it is highly versatile and also recommended in the treatment of superficial cutaneous lesions (wounds, ulcers, sores), perianal fistulas, the rapid healing of surgical wounds, lick granuloma and various stages of inflammation of the oral cavity such as gingivitis and stomatitis. The number of sessions depends on the condition (usually 6-10 every 36 to 72 hours).

Previously all these conditions were treated using only medicine. Why use laser as a combined or sole therapy in the treatment of these conditions? There are numerous advantages to this technique: above all it is pain-free and tolerated by animals; it does not generate heat in the treatment area; usually procedures do not require shearing or sedation; pet owners can accompany the animal during treatment.