If you notice that your older pet seems to be more run down than usual and that they aren't getting up to play, they may have arthritis. Laser therapy can come in handy for this because it takes away the pain associated with arthritis. The cold laser is ideal and non-invasive. It stimulates cells and increases blood circulation. This helps to reduce the pain signals of your pet.
Laser therapy is FDA approved, and it can also be used to reduce inflammation. This is an excellent procedure to have around when you need it. We are happy to specialize in this service.
If you choose not to get your pet laser therapy, this can result in depression. Laser therapy has been proven to treat conditions such as: wounds, skin disorders, arthritis, bone disease, healing of surgical wouds, oral diseases, ear conditions, sinus issues and cystitis. Our staff can help you find the best treatment for your pet. If that includs laser therapy, we are glad to provide and administer treatment.
* Anti-steroidal medications. These can potentially
cause digestive issues after long-term use.
* Physical therapy. This can get expensive and doesn't
* Holistic alternatives. These are not as effective as
they need to be, if at all.
As you can see, laser therapy is often the best option for you and your pet.
At your next visit, ask Dr. Parker if your pet could benefit from laser therapy.
“In the three years of seeing Dr. Parker, I don't have one complaint.”
* Back and Joint Pain
* Sprains and Strains
* Post-Surgical Recovery
* Disc Disease
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