Pet Cold Laser Therapy Veterinary Service in Castleton-On-Hudson, NY
Laser therapy is a cutting-edge veterinary medical procedure used to treat a variety of ailments in pets, including chronic pain. The cold laser stimulates cell growth through photochemical (rather than thermal) light therapy. This stimulation of cell growth reduces inflammation, which relieves pain and allows for faster wound healing and tissue repair. It is a non-invasive procedure for your pet.
Pet Cold Laser Therapy
Cold Laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses light to stimulate blood flow and increase circulation. It is not a surgical laser that slices tissue, but rather a multi-wavelength laser that aids in tissue healing. During acupuncture, the laser could even be used instead of needles. To determine whether your pet is a good candidate for laser therapy, your veterinarian will first assess their pain management needs.
Modern veterinary medicine uses laser therapy to treat various conditions, including chronic pain in animals.
Below are all the veterinary services we offer at Drumm Veterinary Hospital. If you have any questions regarding our services, please feel free to call us.