What To Expect
During a laser therapy appointment, a handpiece, which emits the light beam, is moved over your pet’s body surface. Laser therapy is noninvasive and causes no discomfort. In fact, many of our patients find the treatments relaxing. The length of each session and your pet’s treatment duration will depend on their condition. For example, surgical wounds may require only a few treatments, to speed up the normal healing process, whereas chronic conditions, such as arthritis, may require regular treatments over a longer period of time.
If you believe your pet could benefit from laser therapy, contact us to schedule a consultation.