What Is Laser Therapy?

Our four-legged companions are no different than us; they can pull muscles, injure joints, and have chronic conditions that stem from injuries.

We now have a non-invasive laser treatment, also known as Cold Laser or Low-Level Laser Therapy, that utilises deep-penetrating light to stimulate chemical reactions for treating conditions ranging from muscle injuries to ear infections to gingivitis and more.

Laser therapy is effective in treating arthritic joints and allows your pet to return to normal function and enjoy daily life with minimal medications required.

The use of the therapy laser post-operatively can be beneficial in numerous ways. It can reduce inflammation, increase circulation, and releases natural endorphins that alleviate pain and enhance your pet’s quality of life.

Fisher Glen doing laser therapy on a dog