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Pet Laser Therapy

A non-invasive holistic treatment.

We offer veterinary laser therapy for pets. Laser therapy is a non-invasive holistic treatment used in pet rehabilitation to speed up the body's natural healing process and relieve pain. It’s a great option for post-op pets, older pets, and pets living with chronic conditions like arthritis.

How does pet laser therapy work?

laser therapyLaser therapy uses deep penetrating beams of light to alter cells and the tissue that surrounds them. When the light penetrates the body’s cellular components, it stimulates the targeted cells and promotes healing. Perhaps most importantly, though, laser therapy is entirely painless.

Whether your pet is struggling with post-surgical pain or they’re simply getting older, laser therapy can help them live their very best life. Treatments are relatively quick and can be easily integrated with traditional medical procedures and other holistic practices like acupuncture, reiki, and hydrotherapy.

What conditions can laser therapy treat?

Laser therapy can help treat a number of chronic and acute conditions in pets including:

  • Allergies
  • Arthritis and inflammation
  • Lacerations and burns
  • Hip dysplasia and osteoarthritis
  • Skin conditions and infections
  • Fractures, sprains, and strains
  • Gingivitis and tooth extraction pain
  • Wound healing and post-surgical pain relief

What to Expect From a Laser Therapy Appointment

The procedure is non-invasive and often does not require sedation. In rare cases where sedation is necessary, your veterinary team will discuss this with you beforehand.

For most conditions, a multi-visit treatment plan will be recommended. If we haven't previously assessed the condition you wish to treat, your pet may need an initial assessment before a treatment plan is developed. Treatments are usually brief, lasting around 5 minutes per site. Many patients experience increased comfort and improved mobility within 24 hours after treatment.

If you believe this treatment may benefit your pet, please let us know, and we'll be happy to create a treatment plan tailored to their needs.

If you think laser therapy could improve your pet's quality of life, give us a call at (905) 477-1190 to schedule a consultation.

Laser Therapy for Pets

Bridle Trail Veterinary Clinic