The K laser is a low-power “cold” laser, which produces therapeutic light wavelengths. Laser therapy has been credited with many important beneficial effects in human treatment including:
- Pain Management
- Accelerated healing of soft-tissue injury
- Increased circulation
- Anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial action
- Reduced scarring
- Accelerated bone regeneration and collagen synthesis
These lasers are now available to the veterinary world.
What Types of Problems can be Helped with K-Laser Therapy?
Many chronic problems such as arthritis, joint disease, fractures, soft tissue wounds. ligament problems, sprains, strains, post surgical wounds, back pain and neuromuscular diseases are being treated with laser therapy.
What are the Benefits of K-Laser Therapy?
- Most pets do not need to be sedated or have their hair clipped for the procedure
- The treated area feels better 12-24 hours after a treatment, but the treatments are cumulative in nature
- Up to a 50% improvement in mobility and pain reduction may be seen after 4 to 5 treatments
How Often Will My Pet need to be Treated?
Most chronic conditions require treatments every other day for one week, twice the second week and once the third week. Laser therapy is cumulative and the initial 3-6 week courses will create results that last from 1 to 3 months.
A single treatment at 1-3 months will last an additional 1-3 months depending upon the pet’s physical condition (optimum weight or obese) and the number of painful sites necessary to treat.
Treatments are far less expensive than popular pain remedies and far less toxic to your pet’s body.
How much do Treatments Cost?
The cost of an individual session can range from $8.00 upwards, (remember our charges are based on Non Profit pricing) depending on the area treated and the amount of time involved.
Laser therapy is used to improve a dog's circulation and promote healing of tissue. It can treat trauma injuries as well as chronic problems like arthritis and abscesses.
We can now offer Laser Therapy,
- The Laser
- There are two kinds of lasers used in vet offices: continuous and pulsed. Continuous lasers are used for encouraging blood and lymph flow and reducing inflammation. Pulsed lasers are indicated for relieving pain.
How it Works
- The light from the laser promotes circulation. This process helps the body heal infections and remove damaged tissue from the site. It also acts as an analgesic to reduce pain.
- Laser therapy can be a part of the treatment for the following conditions: abscessed anal sacs, wounds from fighting with other animals, snake bites, ear infections, hip dysplasia, lick granulomas, dental problems and arthritis. It can also be used after surgery to promote healing and ease pain.