Laser Therapy

Laser therapy uses light to treat pain and inflammation from arthritis, injuries or surgery.  Laser therapy can also increase blood flow and stimulate cell regeneration for faster healing. The procedure is safe, non-invasive and painless. In fact, many pets relax and seem to enjoy the treatment.


Pet Response To Laser Therapy Treatments

* The treated site often feels better immediately or within 12 to 24 hours after treatment

*Some pets develop a habit of altering their movements to keep from feeling pain.  If you do not see an immediate change, they be more comfortable but need some time to re-adjust their movements.

*Treatment effects are cumulative in nature

*Most chronic conditions will show a positive response in 3 to 4 treatments.  You should expect at least 50% improvement in mobility and pain reduction.

*Definite improvements should be seen by the second week of treatments


Is Laser Therapy Expensive?

Laser therapy treatment, when compared to long term use of pain medications and supplements,  is very economical!  And has none of the potential negative side effects found in some oral medications.   A one time treatment , for conditions like an enflamed ear, a wound or  a surgical incision, start at $25! Special groupings for multiple treatments for chronic conditions like arthritis, degenerative disc disease or hip dysplasia can start for as little as $125 for six treatments spread out over three weeks!  Exactly how much it will cost to treat your pet will depend upon his or her condition, the number of areas needing treatment, and Dr. Bright's recommendations!  Call for an appointment and we will develop a treatment plan personalized to your pet!

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Here are a few common concerns pet parents have when considering laser therapy. If you don’t see the information you need, please call the office.

See the pictures below for a few examples of the conditions Laser Therapy can be used to treat!