Laser therapy for dogs is a drug-free, non-invasive, and no invasive clipping of hair or cutting into the skin method to improve the quality of dog or other animal’s life. The laser therapy is to be called a tremendous tool by the insightful veterinarian, it can treat a wide variety of conditions that afflict animals, for example, the acute and chronic injuries, sprains and strains, arthritis, swelling due to back disc problems, and muscular-skeletal abnormalities. Cold Laser therapy also helps to regenerate nerve tissue after surgery.
Laser Therapy for Dogs | Cold Laser Therapy for Dog
Laser therapy for dog is being used in veterinary medicine for pain management, to promote wound healing, to reduce inflammation and swelling, and for rehabilitation in both small and large animals. After several years clinical trial, also the veterinarian and the owner of pet’s client's feedback, we concluded the following conditions currently treated successfully with lasers include:
- Acute and chronic ear infections
- Gum disease
- Skin wounds caused by abscesses, hot spots, and lick granulomas
- Anal gland infections
- Acute and chronic neck and back pain
- Post-surgery pain, healing, and rehab
- Muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries
- Arthritis; degenerative joint diseases like hip dysplasia
- Neuromuscular disease
- Certain GI, urinary, respiratory conditions
- Allergic conditions
- Chronic rhinitis and bronchitis
- Bacterial and viral infections
- OCD (osteochondrosis dissecans), a joint cartilage disease mainly affecting large and giant breed dogs
- Chronic inflammation of the intestines or urinary tract
- Snake and insect bites
- Neurologic events (concussions, strokes); peripheral nerve damage
Cold Laser Therapy Device for Dogs Which You Should Have
Has your pet shown an intolerance to the drug or surgical and injection? Cold Laser therapy device is the best choice, the laser therapy for dogs, cats, equine, or other animals reduce or eliminate the need for injections or oral medications. The cold laser Treatments last 5 to 10 minutes per session normally and require no anaesthesia. Your pet will feel very comfortable as the therapeutic laser produces only slight warmth in the inflamed tissue.
If the pets with arthritis, you can expect to start laser treatment with continuing one week per sessions, then decrease sessions to twice a week, then once every two weeks.
Acute conditions are required only three to five session treatment. Maintenance treatments are then required every 3 to 8 weeks afterwards to maintain the reduced pain and/or mobility.
The price of Laser Therapy for dogs range from $40 to $100 per session, it depends on the location of the clinics.
What's more, Domer Cold Laser Therapy device is easy to operation, the pet's owners can use it to treat your pets at home, no need the professional license, we will supply you the professional laser therapy protocols for pets free to help you get the better result, Domer Laser Therapy Device will help you save a big amount of money to visit vets.