We Are Excited to Introduce Laser Therapy!

We are excited to offer our clients Companion Laser Therapy. Laser therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free treatment which is used to treat a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatment protocols. Relief and/or improvement is often noticed within hours depending on the condition and your pet’s response. Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, your companion can benefit from this innovative approach to treating pain.

Applications for laser therapy include:
• Treatment of arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or hip dysplasia
• General pain management (sprains, strains, and stiffness)
• Post-surgery pain (spays, neuters, declaws, and other surgeries)
• Skin problems (hot spots, lick granulomas, infections)
• Dental procedures
• Fractures and wounds (bites, abrasions, and lesions)
• Ear infections

How does it work?
Laser therapy stimulates the body to heal from within. Non-thermal photons of light are administered to the body for about 3 to 8 minutes and absorbed by the injured cells. The cells are then stimulated and respond with a higher rate of metabolism. This results in relief from pain, increased circulation, reduced inflammation, and an acceleration of the healing process.

What can my pet expect during a laser therapy treatment session?
Simply put, it provides relief. As the laser is administered, your pet will relax and enjoy the treatment. The almost immediate relief of pain will allow your pet to be comfortable and any anxiety that your pet initially experiences will dissipate. Ask us about the benefits of Laser Therapy and how it can help your pet.

Check Out The Many Ways Laser Therapy Can Help Your Cat, Dog or Exotic Companion.

Quite simply, patients who suffer from any combination of pain, inflammation, or slow-healing wounds benefit from laser therapy, including:

ACL – Non-surgical/Partial or Post-Op
Acral Lick Dermatitis
Acute Nephritis
Anal Sacculitis
Aural Hematomas
Avian Specific Disorders
Back Pain
Bicipital Bursitis
Bicipital Tendonitis
Cat Bite Abscesses
Cauda Equina Syndrome
Cervical IVDD (Acute/Chronic)
Chronic Neurological Conditions
Crop Inflammation
Cruciate Ligament Injury
Cystotomy – Post Surgery
Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD)
Diseases of the Feet
Ear Disorders
Elbow Dysplasia
Elbow Hygroma
Feline Acne
Feline Asthma
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)
Geriatric Disorders
Head and Neck
Hematomas (Post-Surgical)
Hip Dysplasia
Infections, Bacterial and Fungal
Infectious Tracheobronchitis
Intervertebral Disc Disease
Intestinal Impaction
IVDD (Acute/Chronic)
MRSA Infections
Muscle and Ligament Disorders
Musculoskeletal Disorders
Neck Pain
Neurological Disorders
Neuromuscular Disease
Oral Cavity Disorders
Oral Surgery
Orthopedic Disorders
Otitis (Acute and Chronic)
Palliative Pain Relief
Paralysis Due to Trauma
Periodontal Disease
Peripheral Nerve Injuries
Post Extractions
Post Surgical Pain Relief
Post-operative healing
Post-Orthopedic Surgical Procedures
Pyotraumatic Dermatitis (hot spots)
Respiratory Disorders
Rodent Ulcers
Skin Grafts
Snake Bites
Soft Tissue Trauma
Sprains andStrains
Tail Fractures
Tendon Injury/Ligament Injury
Thoracic Limb
Urinary System Disorders

Hunt Valley
Animal Hospital

11206 York Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030

Phone: 410-527-0800
Fax: 410-527-0041

Hospital Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am-7:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am-4:00pm

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