Companion Therapy Laser

If you're like many pet owners, you want what is good for your pet. That's why at Lancaster Animal Clinic, we're here to offer laser treatments for our patients in Lancaster, OH. But what exactly is it, and how can it help your small pets? Read on to learn more.

What Is Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy is a painless, non-invasive treatment that uses concentrated light to promote healing and pain relief. It's been used successfully in human medicine, and it can be used in veterinary medicine as well.

How Does It Work?

The laser works by stimulating cells to promote regeneration. The light energy from the laser is absorbed by the cells, which increases circulation and accelerates the repair process. It can also reduce inflammation and swelling, as well as relieve pain.

It's important to note that this therapy is not a cure-all, and it won't work for every condition, including those in small pets.

What Veterinary Conditions Can Be Treated?

We can use lasers to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic arthritis and wounds. We can also help with healing after surgery. It can be used for pain management.

Our therapy is a largely safe treatment for a variety of conditions in both dogs and cats. If you think your pocket pets might benefit this therapy, talk to a veterinarian on our team.

What Happens During Companion Therapy Laser Treatment?

Treatments are easy — usually, they only take a little while. During the treatment, your pet will be comfortably seated or lying down, and the laser will be gently applied to the area being treated. Most pocket pets and exotic pets relax during the treatment, and some even fall asleep.

What Are the Benefits?

There are many advantages. The laser is non-invasive, so there's no surgery or anesthesia required. It's also mostly painless and usually does not have side effects. In addition, exotic pets may respond very well to the treatment.

Talk to a vet on our team about using lasers if you're looking for a safe way to treat your pet's pain or promote healing. With its many benefits, it just might be the perfect solution for your pet.

Visit Us for More Information from a Vet on Our Team

We at Lancaster Animal Clinic can offer laser treatments for our patients in Lancaster, OH. If your pocket pet has wounds or chronic arthritis, consult a veterinarian on our team for pain management solutions. We are here to answer your questions and help you determine if this treatment is right for your pet. Call us at (740) 687-1591 to schedule an appointment.


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