What if you could—noninvasively—reduce pain and swelling in your pet and make his or her wounds heal faster? You can. It’s called laser therapy and we use it for:
- 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
What Is Laser Therapy and How Does It Work?
Laser therapy uses light to accelerate the natural healing processes in your pet’s body. A small handheld device emits a laser beam and is moved over the skin. Photons from the laser penetrate the tissue that requires healing.
When damaged or inflamed tissue is penetrated with light wavelength, a variety of biological effects occur. Mainly, cell respiration increases. In everyday terms, your cells breathe better, and that makes them grow and repair faster. When damaged nerves are penetrated with light wavelength, they transmit fewer pain signals to the brain.
Faster healing. Less pain. That’s a treatment result we want for all Connecticut shoreline pets.