Laser Therapy

Clinical studies and real-world use over several decades have proven that laser therapy alleviates pain and inflammation, reduces swelling, stimulates nerve regeneration and cells involved in tissue repair.

  • 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)

  • Allows pet owners to be present and feel that they are participating in the healing process


Applicable for all animals across a wide range of conditions routinely seen in practice.eNrTT87PLUjMq9Q3tDA01y8tyMlPTNE3TzNJNksyttDLKkgHXDC5Jgqw

  • 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)

Drug free option

  • Offer a new drug-free option to treat patients that are non-compliant with treatment regimens or unable to tolerate drugs

  • Provide a non-invasive, non-surgical alternative for pet owners who can’t justify the expense of surgery

  • Reduce recovery time post-surgery or use as an adjunct for drug therapies when the maximum dose just isn’t enough


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Or check out some of our happy clients, some seen here, enjoying the benefits of laser therapy.