Pet Laser Therapy in Loveland
If your furry family members are suffering from inflammation, a wound, and/or pain then laser therapy may be the solution. This noninvasive treatment is painless and can help to treat neurological and dermatological issues in addition to a wide assortment of injuries, wounds, and conditions related to pain. Here at Boyd Lake Veterinary Center in Loveland, we understand how important our furry friends are to us and how important it is that they are given the same level of treatment any family member would.
What Is Laser Therapy?
Utilizing near-infrared and red wavelengths of light to stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal, laser therapy offers a noninvasive method of treatment. Proven to reduce recovery time, pain, and swelling while increasing circulation, this FDA approved modality is highly effective.
Safe, fast, and painless laser therapy stimulates activity within the body on a cellular level that makes use of the body’s natural ability to heal. By triggering this healing process, patients see an active reduction in inflammation and pain for up to 24 hours after the treatment has ended.
What Does Laser Therapy Treat?
There are multiple studies of laser therapy and its applications to numerous areas of the body as well as for a number of conditions, injuries, and wounds. In fact, it is beginning to look like there is little that cannot benefit from pet laser therapy in Loveland.
Laser therapy can be used to treat musculoskeletal issues like arthritis, dermatological disorders like a rash, and periodontal disease as well as acute traumas such as injuries suffered in an accident with a vehicle. Some specific conditions treated with laser therapy in studies include degenerative joint disorders, hip dysplasia, osteoarthritis, degenerative disc disease, post-operative healing, and acute or chronic ear infections.
Laser Therapy from Our Veterinarian in Loveland
The mission of our veterinarian in Loveland falls in line nicely with that of laser therapy, to give our furry friends relief and healing. In fact, with laser therapy, the majority of patients report signs of relief and healing as soon as a few hours after the first treatment. However, some conditions need a series of treatment sessions to produce the healing and relief that you want for your pets.
The talented staff here will walk our patients, and their humans, through every step of pet laser therapy in Loveland to ensure the most comfortable experience possible.