Pet Laser Therapy in Clinton, CT
Laser therapy aids in healing and gets your pet back to normal.
The clinical term for photobiomodulation is the biological effects of laser light on cells. “Laser” light differs from LED and visible light in that it is coherent, monochromatic, collimated, and polarized. These features impact the therapeutic benefits of laser light and allow for deeper penetration. Penetrating photons from the K-laser modifies cellular chemistry in various beneficial ways by stimulating or shutting down colored molecules known as chromophores. When laser light activates cytochrome c-oxidase and NADH, it boosts the production of ATP, which aids cellular function.
Furthermore, stimulation of the synthesis of other endocannabinoids and hormones reduces pain and inflammation while also promoting drainage and vasculature. A pleasant heat is also generated at the treatment site. Your pet’s medical condition and size determine treatment time, power, and laser pulse frequency.
Patients who receive laser therapy after injury or surgery report less discomfort. Their recovery is quicker, and their healing is improved. Laser therapy is one of the few treatment modalities that can relieve pain and alter the disease process.
What if you could noninvasively decrease pain and edema in your pet’s wounds and speed up their healing? Laser therapy is available, which we utilize for the treatment of:
- Inflammation reduction
- Pain management
- Faster wound healing
- Tissue repair and cell growth
- Vascular activity improvement
- Metabolic activity increases
- Trigger points and acupuncture points stimulation
- Scar tissue reduction
- Nerve function improvement
- Immune system improvement