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Benefits of Laser Therapy for Pets

cat being examined by veterinarian before preforming laser therapy

Benefits of Laser Therapy for Pets

When your dog or cat shows signs of pain, you want to get the right treatment to help with your pet's health. Pain management treatments at the Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic provide the solutions your pet needs for long-term health. Cold laser therapy is part of our treatment strategy to help with pain.

What is Cold Laser Therapy?

Cold laser therapy is a natural and non-surgical treatment for pain. It uses a type of light, called infrared, to encourage your pet's cells to heal and regenerate. It also helps with blood circulation.

As a non-invasive treatment, it does not cause any harm to your pet. It will not make your pet uncomfortable or cause injuries to their body. You can take your pet home immediately after the treatment and do not need to follow any specific standards for their care. In our clinic, we use the treatment for certain types of injuries or health concerns to alleviate your pet's pain and discomfort.

Why Does it Help Your Pet?

The reason cold laser therapy helps your pet is the impact on their health. The low-level laser does not burn your pet's skin or cause injuries. It creates a gentle and warm sensation that encourages your pet's body to heal. We offer the treatment to pet owners in Johnson City and Elizabethton who have concerns about their pet's well-being. We use the treatment for muscle injuries, ear infections, soft tissue trauma and other conditions that may cause pain in a dog or cat.

When to Visit our Veterinarian in Johnson City

Visit our veterinarian in Johnson City when you notice signs of pain in your dog or cat. You also want to visit in an emergency or for regular check-ups to look for potential problems. Do not wait if you have concerns about your pet's health.

Get In Touch With Us for Laser Therapy for Your Pet

Treating your pet's pain starts with using the right strategies. In some cases, laser therapy helps with pain by assisting your pet's natural healing processes. To learn more about cold laser therapy or for an appointment, call (423) 926-6091 today.


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