Laser therapy has revolutionized the ways in which many painful conditions are treated.
Beyond its uses for human medical treatment, this treatment method is just as effective for dogs and cats. At Pressly Animal Hospital, we are proud to offer laser therapy for pets in Matthews and Indian Trail. We have been using this revolutionary treatment to improve the lives of countless animals suffering from lifelong conditions or recovering from an acute injury.
Laser therapy is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure that is used to treat a wide range of ailments and conditions. In some cases, it is effective on its own, while in others, it is performed alongside other therapies. It is a powerful tool for dealing with pain, and your pet may even begin feeling some relief following their first session. Laser therapy is truly a remarkable part of the progress we’ve made in compassionate veterinary care.
Common Uses of Laser Therapy:
Help your pet heal with therapy laser. Drug-Free. Surgery Free. Relief for your pet. Therapy Lasers have been scientifically proven and successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.
- Acute Conditions ( Otitis, Anal saculitis, Aural hematomas, Trauma, Injury, or any issue which causes your pet to have Pain, Inflammation, and Needs faster healing.)
- Post-Surgical Healing / Pain Relief
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Periodontal Disease
- Lick Granulomas
- Hip Dysplasia
Therapeutic Laser Treatment for Pets
At Pressly Animal Hospital, we use an FDA-approved laser device to treat post-operative pain, acute pain, and a wide variety of chronic conditions. Each session lasts just five to 10 minutes and works by reducing inflammation and stimulating your pet’s natural healing processes. Your pet may begin experiencing some relief immediately following the first sessions, but it normally takes three to five sessions for pets to begin exhibiting major signs of improvement.
Affordable Pet Laser Therapy in Matthews and Indian Trail
If your pet is in pain, laser therapy may help. To learn more about pet laser therapy in Matthews and Indian Trail or to schedule an appointment for your canine or feline companion, please contact Pressly Animal Hospital today.