So what’s new, you ask?
So what’s new, you ask? We have laser therapy at Ada Veterinary Clinic to speed-fast your pet’s healing process, so they get the best pet care in Ada!!
Laser Therapy In Ada
Our medical team at Ada truly cares for your pet. So we particularly invested in a class IV Companion Therapy Laser by LiteCure to provide the best after-surgery care for your pet in Ada. Our laser therapy can be used to recover from both chronic and acute health problems and surgery.
As a pet parent, you might be concerned about whether laser therapy is safe for your pet. Well, it is an FDA-approved procedure that applies low-level lasers to heal the injured area after surgery. This procedure acts as a boosting agent to increase the cells’ ability to mend themselves and reduces the redness and sensitivity of the injured body part during arthritis or acute conditions such as otitis. Therapy helps calm down your pet and promotes faster healing. If your pet is experiencing mobility issues then laser therapy can be utilized to restore the joint muscles. It is commonly used by geriatric pets.
How is Laser Therapy Effective?
Process of laser therapy
Laser therapy is a simple procedure that forces the body to transport important nutrients to the injured or inflamed area to promote faster recovery. It delivers water, oxygen, and other healing nutrients to the area and heals inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain. It also promotes cell regrowth, reduces the chances of scar tissue formation, and improves the pet’s immune system. It doesn’t cause any harm to your pet’s healthy cells so you can rest assured and send your pet to us for therapy at Ada Veterinary Clinic.
With our top-notch laser therapy, your pet can return to its normal activities in no time!!
What Conditions Can Our Laser Therapy Treat?
If your pet has been through an accident or serious surgery, laser therapy can help restore the wounded area. Our laser therapy can help repair wounds ranging from-
- Post-surgery wounds
- Infected wounds
- Snake Bites
Our laser therapy can also help pets recover from skin conditions, such like :
- Cat Bite Abscesses
- Ulcerated or non-ulcerated eosinophilic granulomas
- Panniculitis (subcutaneous inflammation of pet’s skin)
- Pododermatitis (inflammation of pet’s skin on feet)
- Pyoderma (pus in the pet’s skin)
- Seborrhea (dandruff on pet’s coat)
We also focus on treating serious medical problems and the pain caused by musculoskeletal disorders like :
- Cruciate Ligament Injury
- Hip Dysplasia
- Elbow Dysplasia
- Intervertebral Disc Disease
- Degenerative Myelopathy
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Loss of Motor Control
- Post-operative Fracture Repair
- Degenerative Joint Disease
If your pet has recently gone through surgery or is facing any of the disorders or problems mentioned above, give us a visit at Ada Veterinary Clinic and get your pet a pain-free laser appointment today!! You can even consult our Ada veterinarians to get a detailed course of action for your pet’s problems.
What Can You Expect From Our Laser Therapy In Ada?
Laser therapy is a safe and approved procedure and your pet doesn’t need to be sedated to go through it. Your pet might get nervous at first, but with our expert medical team, your pet will soon find comfort with us. The duration of your pet’s laser therapy will completely depend on the problem they come with. Many patients see improvements in the first session itself!! With our Ada veterinarians, you can get the perfect laser treatment plan for your pet according to their needs!!