Laser Therapy

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Proven benefits of laser therapy

Clinical studies have show that laser therapy reduces pain and inflammation, stimulates tissue healing reducing recovery time and stimulates regeneration of nerve cells. Laser therapy can be used in addition to medication for pain management or as an alternative to pills. Laser therapy is non-invasive, requires no sedation and is free from side effects. At Safari we use a high e-hentai powered laser so treatments take just a few minutes and can be performed on an out-patient basis with the owner present. Laser therapy is suitable for all ages and making the process of the services of the process of the and all species of pets. Many pets show rapid improvement with reduced pain scores and less lameness after only 1 treatment. Treatment schedules are tailed to your pet’s condition and rate of recovery.

Which conditions can be treated with laser therapy?

→  Osteoarthritis
→  Degenerative joint and disc disease
→  Hip dysplasia
→  Dermatologic disorders (eg, hot spots, interdigital dermatitis, acral lick granuloma)
→  Acute and chronic otitis
→  Periodontal disease (eg, feline stomatitis)
→  Post-operative healing (eg, to treat incision pain and reduce inflammation before the patient wakes up)
→  Acute traumas (eg, sprains or strains without radiographic changes or ruptured ligaments)

How does laser therapy work?

The light from the laser stimulates photoreceptors inside the cells to produce more energy, to increase production of protein, collagen and DNA visit thedetoxcenter. The result of these actions inside the cells is rapid cell regeneration and healing. Lasers like the class IV laser used at Safari with longer wavelengths  and higher output and able to penetrate deep inside the body to stimulate healing, reduce pain and reduce inflammation at