We’re thrilled to share the exciting news of our latest addition: a Class IV Laser!
Laser therapy is highly beneficial for wound and post-surgical incision car.
At Paws and Claws Medical Center, we go above and beyond to ensure extraordinary care for our exotic patients. That’s why we’re dedicated to utilizing cutting-edge and innovative approaches to treatment. 🐾
We’re thrilled to share the exciting news of our latest addition: a Class IV Laser! This state-of-the-art technology amplifies our capabilities and takes our care to new heights. 🌟
Our Companion Animal Health Class IV LiteCure laser employs specific light frequencies that stimulate cellular energy production, expedite the healing process, enhance circulation, and regulate inflammation. Laser therapy has gained significant scientific interest in the veterinary community, demonstrating remarkable improvements in wound healing, pain management, and various acute and chronic conditions.
We understand the importance of pain management, especially when it comes to arthritic and deep pain. That’s why we strongly recommend a multi-modal approach that includes treatment with our Class IV Laser. Oral medications alone may not provide adequate relief and, when combined with laser therapy, have been proven to effectively regulate inflammation, circulation, and inflammatory mediators within cells, ultimately improving mobility and joint health.
In addition to pain management, laser therapy is highly beneficial for wound and post-surgical incision care. By expediting the healing process and reducing inflammation-induced pain, our therapeutic laser treatment, when combined with antibiotics and proper wound care, has shown exceptional results. Studies even indicate that parrots treated with therapeutic lasers experienced significantly reduced wound healing times compared to untreated wounds.
With a wide range of applications, our laser therapy can address various conditions, including surgical site pain, joint discomfort, gingivitis, dental disease, oral pain, cutaneous ulcerative diseases, otitis, abscesses, feather picking, and self-mutilation cases, among others.
At our pet hospital, we offer laser treatments as both single sessions and bundled programs tailored to meet the unique needs of your pet. If you are interested in incorporating laser therapy into your pet’s pain management program, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our experienced team. We are here to provide professional, convincing, and empathetic care for your beloved companion.