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Cold Laser Therapy
Class 3b laser

The purpose of laser therapy is to create a naturally therapeutic effect. The cold laser is used to stimulate the natural healing process so that your pet recovers more quickly. This can be a recovery from an injury, planned surgery, or a general health problem. The way in which the laser works is by stimulating your pet’s body to produce a naturally-occurring substance called ATP. ATP is a form of energy that enables cells to regenerate more quickly, thus improving the rate at which your pet will heal.

In addition to this, laser therapy can also be used to reduce and manage pain by activating the lymphatic drainage system, reducing inflammation which in turn reduces pain. The laser also stimulates nerve cells to block pain signals from reaching the brain to reduce the amount of pain your dog experiences. Finally, the laser can also stimulate the production of endorphins, which also helps to counteract pain.

Treatments & Benefits from  Cold Laser Therapy Treatments?


There are many conditions and symptoms that cold laser therapy can help with, including:

Chronic arthritis

Surgical incisions

Tendon and ligament injuries

Traumatic injuries

Dogs/Puppies in need of pain management

Older pets that are unable to be medicated due to decreased organ function

Strains & Sprains

Degenerative Joint Disease 



More Benefits: 

Increases wound healing

Encourages bone healing

Increases blood perfusion

Accelerates mitochondrial cell metabolism

Reduces inflammation and associated pain

Acupressure Points

Red Light Therapy Versus Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy (Low level lasers): Uses wavelengths that the human eye cannot see. This allows for better penetration through skin, and hair to stimulate healing in deeper tissues.

Treats a smaller area or pinpoint target

Red Light: Uses wavelengths that are in the visible light spectrum. Treats a larger area then Cold Laser Therapy. 

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