Class IV Laser Therapy for Your Pet at Westside Animal Clinic
Dogs and cats can both develop arthritis in their advanced years. Small breeds may also have a predisposition for intervertebral disc disease. When such common conditions happen as well as acute injuries, your pet is subjected to pain. We can treat your pet’s condition through Class IV Laser (K-Laser) therapy.
Laser therapy is a painless and relaxing procedure for animals. Its effects include pain reduction, improved healing time, decreased swelling, and increased circulation. At Westside Animal Clinic in Spring Hill, FL, we specialize in providing veterinary laser therapy. Our experienced veterinarians in Spring Hill are committed to taking care of your pet’s health and wellness through quality veterinary care.
Conditions K-Laser Can Treat
Laser therapy treats several ailments in pets. Pets are often very comfortable and relaxed during the entire process. Common conditions we treat through Class IV laser therapy include:
- Neck and back pain
- Muscle/ligament/tendon injuries
- Incision wound and post-surgical healing
- Arthritis/hip dysplasia
- Degenerative disc disease
- Open wounds
- Trauma (fractures and injuries)
Benefits of Class IV Laser Therapy for Your Pet
Clinical studies and tests of K-Laser therapy technology have shown several benefits. Some of the beneficial effects of laser therapy include:
- A non-surgical, non-invasive approach to treating health-related issues
- Immediate results, which enables more rapid recovery and return to normal function and activity
- Minimal to no adverse effects
- Increased metabolic activity
- Reduced fibrous tissue formation
- Improve healing
Contact Our Animal Clinic for K-Laser Therapy from Our Veterinarians in Spring Hill
If your pet is on a chronic medication that can affect their liver or kidneys, K-Laser therapy from Westside Animal Clinic in Spring Hill can help. As a full-service animal clinic, we can treat several conditions, including injuries and diseases. Our experienced veterinarians will help eliminate your pet’s back pain, joint pain and alleviate symptoms caused by injuries. We can assess your pet’s current health and medical history to see if laser therapy is the right treatment option for him or her.
Whether your pet is suffering from soft-tissue injuries, subluxations of the spine, or intervertebral disc disease, our laser therapy can help. If you are looking for a veterinary laser therapy specialist, we have a team of veterinarians prepared to treat your pet. Contact us at (352) 683-1512 or fill our online form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Our team is dedicated to providing the care pets need to live long and healthy lives.