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Oct 07 2016

Pet Laser Therapy in Ballston Lake and Clifton Park

We are excited to be able to offer pet Laser Therapy here at Clifton Park Veterinary Clinic. Learn what pet health conditions laser therapy can benefit and what to expect during your pet’s treatment by a Clifton Park veterinarian.

Who Should I Try Pet Laser Therapy?

Pet laser therapy is a gentle and non-invasive way to provide pain relief for your pets. Since laser therapy is so gentle, we can use it along with traditional protocols for pet wellness care. We may suggest your pet try laser therapy in Ballston Lake for health conditions including:

  • Aging
  • Arthritis
  • Injury or wound healing
  • Muscle strains or sprains
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Skin irritations or abrasions
  • Ear infections
  • Anxiety or behavioral health conditions
  • After surgery
  • Pet laser therapy is appropriate for pets of all ages so whether you have a puppy, kitty, or senior pet, we can try laser therapy.

Pet Laser Therapy With Our Clifton Park and Ballston Lake Vet

Our Ballston Lake vet has a cold laser beam that shoots particles of laser light into your pet’s muscles, bones, and organs. The laser particles pass beneath the skin and are absorbed directly by cells. Laser particles promote better circulation and increase the body’s healing response, which is why we recommend laser after injury or surgery.

During treatment, our vet will aim the laser beam at the area that needs healing. We will keep the pet on the table or on the floor on a soft mat. You can hold your pet or offer treats, or you can allow your pet to relax and enjoy the healing treatment.

As a result of treatment, pets enjoy natural pain relief, improved circulation, reduced inflammation, and faster healing. Treatment only takes a few minutes, and most pets find it highly relaxing. The process releases endorphins, while promote relaxation and joy.

To learn more about laser therapy, come in for a consultation with our Clifton Park veterinarian. We will explain everything you need to know and even show you the laser we use. Reserve your veterinary consultation on our website or call 518-874-0045.

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