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As an alternative to the more intrusive scalpel, we offer technologically advanced laser surgery. Utilizing a heated laser light beam to cut and cauterize tissue, veterinary laser surgery can be beneficial and better for your pet than the traditional scalpel in many ways:
Veterinary cold laser therapy, often referred to as low level laser therapy, is a noninvasive means of pet pain management and wound healing for dogs and cats. Cold laser therapy can be used in conjunction with veterinary acupuncture (a method of pain management using needles), as both methods encourage cell rejuvenation and excite circulation. A penetrating light beam shines from the laser wand that is directed to the problem area; the light then comfortably stimulates cell regeneration and blood flow.
Often relaxing and soothing to the pet, such treatment has proven to be rather enjoyable for our patients. And contrary to common misconception, shaving your pet’s shiny fur coat is not necessary when receiving cold laser therapy—unless, of course, Fido and Tiger are seeking fresh, trendsetting hairstyles for the summer!
Common Pet Conditions Treated with Veterinary Cold Laser Therapy
If you are curious to learn more about how we can help your pet through the use of lasers, please call or email us today.
After Hours: 317-248-0832
Starting Wednesday, May 3, 2017, we will be closing EVERY Wednesday from 830a-1030a for team trainings and meetings. If you have an emergency during these times, you can call the clinic and select the emergency option and a staff member will be contacted to help you!
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