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Pet Laser Therapy: Managing Pain from Acute or Chronic Conditions

Pet pain management is a serious concern for pets suffering from acute or chronic injuries or conditions. While we rely on pain medications such as NSAIDs for some situations, new technology is available that is completely safe, pain-free, and non-invasive. Pet laser therapy uses light energy to stimulate cell-production in damaged tissue, thereby reducing pain and inflammation, and speeding up healing. At The Village Vets of Stone Mountain, we offer this innovative technology to provide relief for pets with a wide range of conditions.

Pet Laser Therapy in Stone Mountain: Dog Playing Inside

Uses for Laser Therapy

Many conditions benefit from receiving laser therapy. Sometimes, only one session is needed to see improvement, while others require more long-term use. The conditions we use it for include:

  • Arthritis
  • Intervertebral disc disease
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Wound healing
  • Lick granulomas
  • Hot spots
  • Dermatitis
  • Post-surgical recovery
  • And more
Pet Laser Therapy in Stone Mountain: Vets Place Dog on Exam Table

Session Length and Frequency

One session can last anywhere from 5-30 minutes, and the frequency of sessions can vary greatly, too. It all depends on your pet’s condition and how well they’re responding to treatment. Generally, chronic conditions such as arthritis need longer sessions and more frequent treatment to see positive results, while injuries and post-surgical recovery require only one or two sessions to see results. Our veterinarian will evaluate your pet’s condition and recommend a suitable treatment plan. Contact us at (770) 717-1650 for more information!

The Village Vets – Stone Mountain

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