Laser Treatment for Dogs and Cats

Laser Treatment for Dogs and Cats

laser treatment Broken Arrow OKWe are extremely happy and thrilled to present the most recent technology in laser treatment for dogs and cats,  MLS Harmony Laser Therapy for treating pain, swelling, and edema and for fixing superficial sores.

MLS Harmony is the most advanced small animal laser on the market. The breakthrough of the multiwave system offers greater benefit to the patient than any one wavelength alone.

Therapeutic laser is the application of light energy to locations of  the body to promote recovery. The laser beam is moved over the skin so that the light energy (photons) penetrates the tissue where it communicates with different molecules (chromophores) that trigger different biological results.

Laser treatment is great for both dogs and cats. It is devoid of negative effects and produces a moderate relaxing heat over the treatment area. The laser light is able to permeate deeply into the tissue and provide energy that promotes cellular respiration to promote healing. The light energy also affects nerves directly decreasing the transmission of discomfort signals to the main nervous system. The net result is increased rate of healing and decreased discomfort.

The most common applications for restorative laser treatment include muscular strain and the resultant pain, osteoarthritis (laser treatment over joints and muscles that hurt), wounds (to promote and accelerate healing) and any scenario where the pet is experiencing discomfort that affects the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones.

After an initial consultation with a veterinarian to plan therapy, treatments are completed by our personnel of laser accredited specialists and normally take less than 10 minutes. Most animals take advantage of the 6 core treatment schedule including 3 sessions the very first week, then 2 sessions the following week two weeks. Afterwards, sessions are decreased in frequency to a maintenance schedule based upon the period of advantage for your pet, generally every 2-4 weeks.

Kindly take a moment to contact us today, for  more information about our veterinary practice and to find our more information about how Village Vet Animal Clinic can serve the requirements of you and your pet.