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Laser Therapy

South Paw Animal Hospital now proudly offers Laser Therapy using Cutting Edge Laser Technologies.   This laser therapy treatment will reduce pain, improve mobility and enhance quality of life!

Your pets are part of your family and you want them to have the best quality of life.  Laser therapy can help achieve that goal.  We have the most advanced equipment on the market to deliver those results.

Conditions that can be improved include:

  • Arthritis
  • Acute & Chronic Pain
  • Back Injuries
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Inflammation & Edema
  • Wound Healing

Laser therapy has many benefits for your pet.  Your pet will not feel any discomfort during treatments.  Often, pain medications can be reduced or eliminated after laser therapy treatments.

For over 30 years laser therapy has been used to successfully treat conditions in humans.  We are pleased to offer this exciting benefit for your pet.

Cutting Edge Laser Technologies

Laser therapy offers many advantages over other forms of therapy which include:

  • Doesn't require the use of drugs or surgery
  • Fewer side effects and risks
  • Quick and convenient
  • Equal/more effective than other forms of PT
  • Non-surgical treatment
  • No patient sedation or restraint required
  • Extremely safe
  • Can be used with other medications or treatments
  • Immediate results
  • Most pets feel better in 12 to 24 hours after treatment
  • Speeds healing process

No pet owner wants to see their pet suffer from muscle and joint pain.  Have you noticed your pet slowing down, having trouble with everyday movement?  As your dog ages the probability of arthritic pain increases greatly!  At ages 8-10 years, 27% of dogs suffer from arthritis.  The number increases to 37% for dogs 11-13 years old.  If you've seen signs your dog is slowing down, this may be due to joint and muscle pain common in arthritis.

It is difficult to diagnose arthritic pain in cats due to their stoic nature.  If you've noticed your feline friend slowing down, having problems reaching the litter box, or isolating themselves from the family, pain may be the cause.

The doctors and staff hate to see your pet suffer from joint and muscle pain.  We have the latest in laser therapy treatment options to provide an alternative solution to traditional pain management!