At Oak Tree Veterinary Hospital, we use the newest CTX Companion therapy laser as a noninvasive, drug-free, surgery-free, and stress-free option to reduce your pet’s inflammation and pain. Companion therapy lasers are used by over 200 professional sports teams across the U.S. to treat their human athletes. Our CTX Companion Laser is the only Class IV therapy laser built in United States specifically for veterinary use. Relief and improvement for pets is often noticed within hours following the therapy session.

Video: “Therapy Laser for Peanut”

Peanut was having a hard time walking and she seemed to be in a lot of pain. We started seeing beneficial results with laser therapy within two weeks.

Applications for laser therapy include:

  • Safe and effective for cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, and others
  • Treatment of arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or hip dysplasia
  • Pain relief from stiffness and muscle sprains
  • Post-surgery pain relief
  • Skin problems such as hotspots, infections, and lick granulomas
  • Fractures and skin wound
  • Ear and paw infections
  • Dental procedures and oral surgery

Video: “A Pet Owner’s Perspective”

How does it work?

Laser therapy stimulates the body to heal from within. At the skin surface, non-thermal photons of light are administered deep into the body using a silent hand held probe. The injured cells are stimulated and respond with a higher rate of metabolism and they release ATP energy that is needed to repair and rejuvenate injured tissue.

Video: “Laser Medical Animation”

Watch this video to see how photobiomodulation helps stimulate recovery on a cellular level. Watch this video to learn more:

What will my pet experience during a laser therapy session?

Your pet will relax and enjoy the treatment. The almost immediate relief of pain will allow your pet to remain comfortable. Remember, there is no frightening sound or vibration felt, only the soothing warmth of the laser probe. Your pet won’t even know that regenerative energy is being delivered deep into their painful or inflamed areas.

What are some signs that my pet might need laser therapy?

  • Abnormal sitting or lying posture
  • Circling multiple times before laying down
  • Whining, groaning, or other vocalizations
  • Limping or weakness
  • Difficulty getting into the car or when using stairs
  • Licking or biting in area
  • Trembling

Success stories of the Companion therapy laser…

Please give us a call to discuss a tailored therapy laser plan for your pet. They will surely thank you for it.
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