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LASER THERAPY

Our veterinary healthcare team cares about reducing pain and offering speedy recover for many conditions your furry family member may encounter. doctorVet is a noninvasive treatment that can reduce pain, reduce swelling, stimulate healing, and help re-energize your pet.

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NON-INVASIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR YOUR PET

 

PAIN MANAGEMENT

Our veterinary healthcare team cares about reducing pain and offering seedy recover for many conditions your furry family member may encounter. doctorVet is a non-invasive treatment that can reduce pain, reduce swelling, stimulate healing and help re-energize your pet.

Ask us if your pet would benefit from doctorVet treatments.

 

LASER THERAPY

All healing begins at a cellular level.  doctorVet laser therapy uses near infrared light to provide increased blood flow and increased oxygen to cells, which results in cellular bio-stimulation.  doctorVet treatments have been shown to increase activity and improve mobility.  doctorVet is non-invasive, soothing to the patient, and can provide solutions for:

  • CHRONIC and Acute PAIN MANAGEMENT

  • WOULND HEALING

  • POST SURGICAL HEALING

  • ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY RECOVERY

  • SOME CHRONIC INFECTIONS

  • REDUCTION IN SWELLING

  • RELIEF AND RECOVER FOR SPRAINS AND STRAINS

 

HOW MANY TREATMENTS ARE NEEDED?

Diagnosis and condition determine the number of treatments needed to see, and maintain, positive results.  Some acute conditions need 1 to 3 treatments.  For chronic pain conditions (arthritis, hip dysplasia, etc.) we recommend 6 treatments over a 3-week period.

 

HOW LONG ARE THE TREATMENTS?

Most doctorVet therapy treatments are less than 5 minutes per treatment site.

 

DOES IT HURT?

Patient enjoy the soothing feeling doctorVet provides during treatments.  They often relax and fall asleep.

 

ARE THERE SIDE EFFECTS?

Typically no.  Sometimes when older animals have multiple sites (hips, back, elbows) treated they may return home and want to sleep

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