Reasons for Laser Therapy
- Back Pain
- Post Surgical Pain & Inflammation
- Inflammatory Conditions
What and Why's to Laser Therapy?
Laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cells and increase blood circulation. Laser emissions act fast on inflammation, stimulating blood and lymphatic circulation, and inducing fast reabsorption of fluid build up. A secondary benefit to laser therapy is the pain alleviation, after the inflammation is reduced. Anti-inflammatory results are similiar to that of some daily medications. Lasers also control pain by reducing oxidative stress, improving angiogenesis and augmenting collagen synthesis and skeletal repair. The rate of progression is different with each case and depends on the individual healing and activity levels. Cancer patients are not recommended for laser therapy due to the increase blood flow to the cancer cells.
What does this mean for your pet?
- Faster Healing
- Reduces need for daily anti-inflammatories
- Reduces Scar Tissue
- Faster Nerve Regeneration
- Results normally seen in 12-24 hours
- Quick and Convenient Sessions