Cold Laser Therapy For Your Pet

Is your pet suffering from pain, stiffness or inflammation?

Are you looking for a treatment supplement or alternative to drugs or surgery?

At Live Oak Animal Hospital, you’ll find a safe and affordable way to relieve your pet’s pain and discomfort. It’s called Cold Laser Therapy.

Cold laser therapy involves the use of a low-wattage Class IV laser to stimulate cells and encourage a more natural healing process.

Low power lasers like this have been in use for decades, and thousands of scientific studies have documented their positive effects in treating post-surgical pain, as well as many acute and chronic conditions, including…

• Arthritis
• Joint Pain or Stiffness
• Degenerative Disc Disease
• Chronic Ear Infections or Otitis (Inflammation of The Ear)
• Cystitis (Inflammation of The Bladder)
• Dermatologic (Skin) Problems
• Chronic or Post-Surgery Pain
• Pain from a Recent Injury
• And Other Soft Tissue and Inflammatory Problems

Therapy lasers are used in the NFL, the NBA, MLB, the NHL, FIFA and even in the Olympics. Athletes and trainers swear by it. It’s a safe alternative to drugs and surgery, and there are no known side effects.

Although it’s referred to as a “cold” laser, it does produce some warmth. As a result, treatments are normally very relaxing. In fact, it’s not unusual for a pet to fall asleep during their therapy.

Treatment plans are tailored to your pet. We take into account their size and weight, the color, length and thickness of their coat, the area of their body that we’re treating, and the severity of the issue.

Our clients often report seeing a positive result within 24 hours of the first treatment. However, like any therapeutic process, a series of treatments will normally provide the best results. Fortunately, each therapy laser session generally takes only a few minutes, so you and your pet can be in and out of our office quickly.

Learn More About Laser Therapy For Your Pet

Whether your pet is recovering from an injury, healing from surgery, or simply suffering from chronic or age-related issues, they can benefit from cold laser therapy. It’s a non-invasive, drug-free, and affordable alternative to traditional pain management that can have a significant impact on the health and happiness of your dog or cat.

Call Live Oak Animal Hospital today to discuss therapy laser treatments for your pet…