Photobiomodulation is the application of Low level Laser over injuries or lesions which will stimulate the cell's natural healing and pain relief processes. Cold laser therapy utilizes specific wavelengths of light to interact with tissue and accelerate the healing process. It is applied to the surface skin of the body with the intentions of decreasing pain or imflammation, promoting healing of wounds, tissues, and nerves, or for preventing tissue damage. The laser energy induces a biological response in the cells which leads to reduce pain, inflammation and increased healing. Laser therapy has been scientifically proven to be successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute chronic conditions.
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.
* Abnormal sitting or lying posture
* Circling multiple times before laying down
* Whining, groaning, or other vocalizations
* Limping, unable to get up or lie down
* Difficulty getting into the car or going up the stairs
*Lack of grooming
* Won't wag tail
* Licking or biting area
* Lack of appetite
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!
PEMF is a new approach to pain management that uses electromagnetic fields. Creating a pulse of, moving energy throughout the body.
Pulse Electromagnetic field therapy is FDA approved to fuse bones and has been cleared to reduce swelling and joint pain. PEMF is used
to improve circulation and cell metabolism. PEMF delivers beneficial health-enhancing frequencies to the cells, it penetrates every cell, tissue, organ and even bones to stimulate electrical and chemical processes in the tissues, and designed to positively support cellular energy which results in better cellular health and function. PEMF is a safe and non-invasive alternative to medications or procedures
that produce short-term results. PEMF does not require drugs, has no side effects or risks. We still encourage you to work with your veterinarian to locate, identify and provide assistance before attempting PEMF. We will require a full history on your pets problem area.
2. Improves energy and circulation
3. Accelerates repair of bone and soft tissue
4. Blood and tissue oxygenation
5. Improves sleep quality
6. Blood pressure and cholesterol levels
7. The uptake of nutrients, cellular detoxification and ability to regenerate cells.
10. Helps relax muscles
Three treatments, and to be done consecutive.
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.