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Laser therapy can be used to treat animals with arthritis, tendon or soft tissue injuries and promotes wound healing, post surgical or after soft tissue trauma or in open wounds. Pain relief is provided by reducing inflammation and by activating the lymphatic drainage system in swollen areas.

Treatments vary in length and frequency depending on condition and response, but most sites require 5 to 10 minute applications. A nurse will hold the laser wand directly over the affected area. At the start of treatment the patient will need 2 or 3 sessions per week. This is then decreased to once a week and once every 2 weeks.

Low level laser therapy, or cold therapy, is a non-invasive, pain free, surgery free and drug free procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation. This helps to repair damaged tissues. Laser therapy can be performed in conjunction with existing treatments.


Laser therapy Session  


A course of 10 pre-paid Laser therapy Sessions      

£326.87 (saving £36)

Laser therapy does not cause any side effects but there are certain conditions that this type of therapy is unable to be used on. Speak to you Veterinary surgeon or Veterinary nurse for more information

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