The procedure is based on the idea that light is absorbed into the cells. The process, known as photo-biotherapy, stimulates protein synthesis and cell metabolism, which improves cell health and functionality.

Pet laser therapy can take as little as eight to 10 minutes on a small dog or cat, or about a half hour for bigger dogs with more arthritic areas.

Laser Therapy can be useful in healing and reducing pain in pets with:

  • arthritis
  • tendon/ligament injury
  • post surgery/dental
  • abscesses
  • degenerative disk and joint diseases
  • musculoskeletal pain
  • edema
  • peridontal disease
  • neuropathies
Patient Undergoes Pet Laser Therapy in Herndon
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