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Laser Therapy.

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Laser Therapy

The best for your pet.

Laser Therapy.

Laser therapy is a great treatment tool for many common pet ailments, such as inflammation. Many pets who suffer from aging, certain traumatic injuries, and a variety of other health and pain management problems show faster comfort and healing when receiving laser therapy. Laser therapy at St. John's AAH, provides pet owners with a safe treatment alternative for many common ailments. It is non-invasive and not traumatic. Watch our video for an explanation of laser therapy from one of our St. John's veterinarians.

What is Laser Therapy for Pets?

Just as laser therapy has been used to help many humans avoid “going under the knife,” it can be used to spare your pets from the same fate. Laser therapy offers the promise of low-level risks with few adverse reactions when performed according to treatment specifications. The greatest risk of laser therapy is to the eyes of those performing the treatment and pets without the appropriate protective eyewear.

Why Consider Laser Therapy for Your Pet?

Laser therapy offers a safe, highly effective treatment for many common pet ailments and conditions with few risks to the pet. The most important benefit of this type of treatment is that the laser offers a precise and focused beam of light that doesn't affect tissue surrounding the injured or damaged area, making it a highly specific form of treatment for pets.

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What Conditions Can Laser Therapy Treat?

Many conditions can be effectively treated with the use of laser therapy. It is especially effective for treating all types of inflammation by improving blood circulation in certain areas of the animal's body as well as treating the following conditions:

  • Traumatic injuries
  • Urethras of blocked cats
  • Back or joint pain
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Arthritis and hip dysplasia
  • Ear infections
  • Muscle and tendon injuries
  • Post-surgical incision sites

If you have a pet suffering from these conditions, call us today at (904) 230-9099 to schedule an appointment. Our highly trained staff can help you learn more about the process and see if your pet is a good candidate for laser therapy at St. John's AHH.