Relief for Arthritis in Dogs
Veterinary Laser Therapy is also known as low-level vet laser therapy or Veterinary photobiomodulation therapy. It is a non-invasive veterinary arthritis treatment that uses vet laser therapy to stimulate tissue repair in arthritis.. It is used at Burwood Veterinary Hospital as part of the multi-modal management of arthritis in dogs.
Why use Veterinary Laser Therapy for Osteoarthritis in dogs at Burwood Vet
Burwood Vet has trained Veterinary Nurses who are very experienced in doing Vet-Laser-Therapy. The Veterinary Laser team at Burwood Vet, have noticed the following benefits of a class 4 laser therapy in dogs with Athritis..
Arthritis pain relief: Veterinary Laser therapy reduces the pain associated with arthritis in dogs by increasing the production of endorphins, which are natural painkillers. It also decreases nerve sensitivity, making the dog more comfortable. Laser therapy helps with Dog arthritis pain relief.
Dog Arthritis Veterinary Laser therapy results in decreased joint inflammation and decreased joint pain.
Improved Mobility: Veterinary Laser Therapy for canine-arthritis can help improve joint flexibility and range of motion, allowing dogs to move more comfortably.
Faster Healing: Laser therapy in dogs can accelerate the healing process by stimulating the production of collagen and increasing blood flow to damaged tissues. This can be especially beneficial if a dog has acute joint diseae or after surgery.
Non-Invasive: Canine arthritis laser therapy, is non-invasive and safe when done by trained veterinary laser personnel.
Reduced Medication Dependency: Dogs with arthritis require medications to manage pain and inflammation. Vet laser therapy can complement these medications, potentially reducing the dosage needed.
Minimal Side Effects: Veterinary laser therapy is generally safe and well tolerated by dogs when done by trained veterinary nurses, that know the time and dose needed to treat the arthritic dog.
Long-lasting Relief: Dog arthritis laser therapy,can last for several days to weeks after treatment.
It's important to note that Burwood Vet Class IV laser therapy can be a valuable addition to the management of arthritis in dogs. Canine Arthritis in dogs often requires a multi-modal approach, including weight management, physical therapy, and medications both prescribed by a veterinarian and non-prescription products. Before pursuing vet-laser therapy for your dog, a consultation with the veterinary Laser consultant team to ensure it is an appropriate therapy for your pet, the pet owner understands the limitations of Veterinary Laser therapy and that it is administered by a qualified Vet-laser trained veterinary vets and Nurses.