Laser Therapy

Over the past several decades, there have been many incredible advances in both technology and veterinary medicine. At Noah’s Caring Hands Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves at staying on top of these advances so that we can continue to offer our clients the best available health care options for their cherished pets. To that end we now offer laser therapy as a part of our comprehensive suite of pet care services.

What is Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy is a painless, non-invasive technique that uses a beam of light to treat a wide variety of illnesses and injury, resulting in reduced pain, improved mobility and faster healing following surgery or injury.

How Does Laser Therapy Work?

The light from the laser instrument penetrates the skin and deeper tissues beneath, stimulating blood flow and creating a photochemical effect that causes the cells to become more active. This increased cellular activity promotes healing and pain relief. Best of all, laser therapy is drug-free, non-invasive and painless, making it an excellent alternative treatment option that is safe for all patients.

How Does a Therapy Session Work?

Our well trained, experienced veterinarians use the laser to pinpoint whatever ailment your pet is experiencing, during which time your companion gets to enjoy a relaxing massage from the hand piece that emits the laser. Laser therapy sessions take only a few minutes, but the results can be seen almost instantly. The number of sessions, and length of each one, will depend on the patient’s unique needs.

What Can Laser Therapy Treat?

  • Acute Injuries
  • Surgery
  • Infections
  • Chronic Conditions (i.e. arthritis, dysplasia, etc.)
  • Injury
  • Pain Relief

To learn more about veterinary laser therapy, check out this YouTube video:

Or alternatively, visit companiontherapylaser.com.

We invite you to start a conversation and discuss with us whether your pet would benefit from veterinary laser therapy.

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