Veterinary Cold Laser Therapy
Veterinary cold laser therapy involves using low-intensity laser or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to help relieve acute or chronic pain, stimulate and enhance cell function, and improve healing.
The laser emits light energy (photons) into the tissue of a damaged area on the body. The photons work at the cell level, triggering a process to improve the functioning of injured cells and accelerate their regeneration.
Laser therapy can help treat several conditions including arthritis symptoms, fractures, surgical wounds, muscle spasms and joint and muscle pain, sprains or strains.
Uses for Veterinary Cold Laser Therapy
Laser therapy increases circulation and encourages cell regeneration, benefiting these conditions and procedures:
- Bone Fractures
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Strains & Sprains
- Post-Surgical Recovery
- Lick Granuloma
- Dental Procedures
Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy
- Encourages bone healing
- Increases blood perfusion
- Accelerates mitochondrial cell metabolism
- Reduces inflammation and associated pain
- Enhances neovascularization
- Reduces edema (swelling)
- Increases wound healing