Medical lasers

Here’s kind of a bizarre conversation topic: Let’s talk about animals and lasers.

Now, I kow what you may be thinking. Unlike Dr. Evil, I’m not talking about sharks with lasers attached to their heads. (Or cats of the laser variety, Kemosabe!) I’m talking about laser therapy for pain management! If your furry friend has some persistent pains that are causing them discomfort, you might want to consider looking into medical lasers.

Using the same technology used for Lasik eye surgery, the class IV laser has recently been proven to alleviate pain in as few as 8 sessions. By stimulating cell healing and growth, this non-invasive procedure can help you to keep your pets away from harmful and addicting pain-relief drugs. Only lasting 10-20 minutes, sessions are short enough not to cause additional irritation to your pet, as well as short enough to keep them calm and relaxed. And a majority of pets will demonstrate better comfort and mobility within 12 to 24 hours after the treatment.

The benefits of class IV laser treatments are numerous, but the biggest one is the lack of invasive surgeries. If you’re someone who worries about the complications of invasive surgery, and don’t want to risk your pet’s health or discomfort, than this is the option for you. The bursts of light help to stimulate cell growth and healing, and can provide your pet with the relief they deserve with maximum safety and comfort.

Consult your veterinarian about medical lasers and where you can find a service that provides them. It could mean a longer, more pain-free life for your pet, and because of the removed stress, for you as well.

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