When is class IV K-Laser beneficial?
Pain management – this is a non-invasive therapy used instead of or as well as drug therapy for the treatment of chronic pain. Osteoarthritis is one of the most common causes of chronic pain and we have great success managing this condition.
We can offer a full arthritis management service with advice on home adaptions, additional therapies such as hydro and physiotherapy, medication advice etc. We have great results with our chronic pain cases and have many long term patients with these conditions.
Wound healing – Laser therapy can significantly reduce healing time, while at the same time improving the quality of tissue ( more proliferation of normal cells, less tension and scar formation) traumatic skin injuries and surgical incisions benefit greatly from laser intervention.
Rehabilitation – bone and muscle injuries and orthopaedic surgeries often require additional rehabilitation solutions. Laser therapy provides a non-invasive treatment for quicker recovery.
We offer a package of laser treatments to take place both before and after elective orthopaedic surgeries to give your pet the best chance of a quick and comfortable recovery.
A list of conditions which can be treated using K Laser include:
Head and Neck
- Tooth extractions
- Rodent ulcers
- Feline acne
- Otitis (acute/chronic)
- Haematoma post surgical
- Post surgery
- Feline asthma
- Moist dermatitis (hot spots)
- Dog/cat bites
- IPF (Westie Lung Disease)
- Lick granuloma
- Hip dysplasia
- Elbow Dysplasia
- Tendon tear/trauma
- Lick granuloma
- Anal saculitis
- Tail fractures
Why use K Laser?
Promotes the healing of many tissues in the body, including skin, ears, gums, muscles and tendons.
Laser treatment can be used both to alleviate the pain and the inflammation associated with these chronic conditions.
Laser energy increases the speed of tissue repair.
Many dogs show signs of reduced pain and discomfort and increased mobility and activity after only one or two treatments.
The surgical wound will heal faster and better when treated with the laser
Pets will have a reduction in pain while potentially shortening their healing time.
Range of motion, function, flexibility and mobility will be enhanced
Deep tissue laser therapy can provide powerful pain relief, promote repair, and reduce swelling.
Laser therapy can reduce the need for medical intervention