Pet laser therapy : Hollywood : veterinarian

Pet Laser Therapy Q&A

Hollywood pet owners now have access to pet laser therapy from DPC Veterinary Hospital located in Davie. Our Companion Therapy Laser™ provides quick, easy, and nearly instantaneous pain relief for arthritis, inflammations, surgery, tendonitis and much more. This breakthrough in veterinary care will make your four legged friend's health care less stressful and anxiety free.

Laser therapy has been used by professional athletes for decades to relieve strained and damaged muscles and ligaments. The NFL has 15 teams with laser units in their clubhouses for treating players. The downside of laser therapy has always been cost…until now.

Improvements in laser technology and advances in manufacturing processes now give veterinarians a cost effective laser unit appropriate for laser pet therapy. For clients and their pets this means an affordable alternative treatment for dozens of pet conditions including:

  • Arthritis
  • Healing after surgery
  • Allergies
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Ear infections
  • Inflammation
  • Tendonitis

Pet laser therapy is an amazing breakthrough in veterinary and offers a viable alternative to many drug therapies and the undesirable side effects that sometimes come with them. Laser pet therapy is now offered for pets in Davie, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, and Fort Lauderdale from one of Florida's most popular vet clinics, DPC.

Pet Laser Therapy – The Magic of Light Energy

The Companion Therapy Laser™ used at DPC is a small device connected to a handheld wand that the vet or technician "shines" on the area of the pet being treated. The "dosage" of laser energy is determined by the weight, color of skin, color of hair/fur and the ailment being treated. Your pet will feel a soothing warmth that relaxes pets to the point that some dogs will actually doze off.

The laser sends light energy to deep tissue in the treated area where it is absorbed at the cellular level. This absorbed light energy triggers a chemical action that encourages the repair of damaged cells and the creation of new cells. This process also releases endorphins that account for the relaxed state and immediate pain relief experienced by most pets.

There are no special "pre-treatment" or "post-treatment requirements. The therapy is quick, affordable, and provides almost immediate effects.

If you think that laser therapy could be beneficial for your pet's arthritis or other condition, give us a call at DPC today and arrange for an evaluation by one of our great vets!

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