Are you searching for a non-invasive, pain-free way to help your pet? Laser therapy may be the solution you’ve been looking for.
K-Laser therapy is an effective, pain-free option that starts working instantly, triggering the body’s natural healing mechanisms, without drugs or surgery.
During treatment, patients feel a warm sensation, but no pain, so restraints and sedation aren’t required. In fact, the treatments are relaxing for most pets, and many enjoy naps. And there are over a hundred clinical studies documenting the safety and effectiveness of laser therapy treatments.
K-Laser treatments can alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote tissue growth. And with the help of the K-Laser’s potent regenerative properties, your pet can benefit from a shorter recovery time, a greater range of joint motion, reduced muscle spasms, and improved general health.
In 1967 scientists discovered that lasers promote cellular activity in living tissues. That’s called a bio-stimulative effect, meaning laser light can stimulate cells to grow and heal, boosting rates of cellular reproduction, and nutrient transport rates within tissue fibers and cell membranes.
The K-Laser is a high-energy therapeutic laser that delivers a potent bio-stimulative effect, safely and painlessly to stressed or damaged tissue. It’s ideal for quickly and efficiently treating a wide range of common ailments that may trouble your pet.
Here are some common conditions K-Laser Therapy can treat:
• Osteoarthritis • Tendinopathies • Ligament Sprains • Post Traumatic Injury • Neck and Back Pain • Burns • Rehabilitation • Joint Pain • Edema and Congestion • Puncture Wounds • Post-Surgical Pain • Hip Dysplasia • Chronic Wounds • Post-Orthopedic Surgical Recovery
There are few Vets to own a K-Laser Class IV Therapy Laser. Not all Lasers are the same. The Class IV Laser is 16 times more powerful than it’s predecessor, and can penetrate tissue to a depth of 4 centimeters. Speak to your Vet to find out if K-Laser a good fit for your pet’s unique health issues.
During your consultation, the doctor will determine the number of treatments needed, based on your pet’s unique health concerns, along with their frequency and duration. Pain relief is common after one session, but several are often needed to achieve a maximum therapeutic effect. Most sessions are between two and eight minutes long.
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