Here we are applying cold laser to various hot spots on this wonderful Bichon Frise. We applied cold laser to each spot, twice a day during his boarding period every other day for a week and results were excellent.
Our pets tolerate the therapy, and each session takes a matter of minutes, depending on the problem area, to be worked on. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to hear more about laser therapeutic questions.
Little Ollie has been with us for over a year. His hip was not properly aligned and required a femoral head ostectomy (FHO), this was found to be genetic. He stayed with us daily and we performed both cold laser, range of motion, water therapy and PEMF on his wound pre and post surgery. We applied therapy for several weeks, within two weeks, ollie was up walking, but still favored his left leg. In five weeks, he started to touch down, but would lift his leg when standing in place. On week nine ollie was moving about much better, chasing toys and playing with other friends, but we ensured his level of play was not too lengthy and short distances. Week 14, ollie was running about the back yard, he played much rougher, because that what he had did before surgery. After week six, therapy was performed every third day and week nine twice a week, week 12, once a week. Week 14 once every 14 days and week 18, once a month for 6 months.
If you think your pet is a good candidate for cold laser therapy, call us to schedule an appointment so we can discuss the best options for your pet and develop a personalized treatment plan!
This is Ollie after 6 months of therapy, his leg is doing wonderfully, his hair has all grown back. He loves PEMF, it massages every cell in his little body, stretching every cell and removing toxins so the cell can absorb its rightful nutrients and become alive once again. Ollie now runs down the small hill and into the facility and when its time to go home, he runs up the driveway into mom and dads arms.
Pua suffered paralysis on both her hips and back legs. After a full examination and radiology treatment, it was determined that she had a Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE). Commonly known as a spinal stroke. A blockage occurs in a blood vessel supplying the spinal cord and caused immediate paralysis. Pua's quality of life consisted of dad lifting a 60lb Pua and caring her outside so she can perform her business, lifting her in and out of his vehicle for transportation to and from the veterinary hospitals. I received a call from dad and immediately started working on Pua, I was still a Veterinary Technician and pet uber runner, but had to work on Pua right after work, everyday, six days out of a week for her first two weeks. I reduced treatments as time went by. We started treatments in October 2017 through March 2018 and with dads help, we performed cold laser, PEMF and Range of Motion (ROM) . It took a few weeks, but Pua started to get up on her own, a little wobbly at first, but as the weeks went by, she was moving about the house, going potty on her own, months passed and she was pulling her brother and father on leash. She can now jump on and off furniture and loves to play ball. Its March 2020 and I still performed cold laser on Pua as prevented therapy, it was a large gap in between, but every once in a while we will perform 5 or more treatments to ensure her spinal cord is stretched and receiving the nutrients it needs to keep her going.
Three treatments, and to be done consecutive for best results.
Preferred treatment post surgery. 3, 2, 1, method, 3 treatments consecutive the first week, 2 treatments consecutive the second week and 1 treatment on the third week.
Note: Depending on the type of surgery and pet, some treatments may go on for weeks to months. We will know this at the end of the sessions.
Single treatment with a minimum of 3 treatments
Six treatments, to be used in 30 days of first treatment. Preferred method is twice a week for better results
PEMF and Cold Laser Therapy together, using the 3, 2, 1 method mentioned on cold laser. Using them both simultaneously will greatly benefit in the healing process. While one stretches veins and other vessels to enhance cellular distribution, the other will stretch, massage, remove toxins and provided nutrients to cells.