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kim using k-laserLaser therapy is an affordable, surgery free, drug free, noninvasive treatment to reduce pain, reduce inflammation, and increase speed of healing.

Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy uses a beam of laser light to deeply penetrate tissue without damaging it. Laser energy induces a biological response in the cells called “photo-bio-modulation”, which leads to reduced pain, reduced inflammation, and increased heading speed. Any condition that causes swelling and pain can be treated with laser. Most treatments take from 3-8 minutes, and are frequently conducted in conjunction with other forms of rehabilitation therapy.

Acute Conditions: Wounds, Allergies, Infections, Cuts and Bites, Inflammations, Tooth Extraction Pain Relief, Sprains, Strains & Fractures, Post-Surgical Healing & Pain Relief.

Chronic Conditions: Degenerative Joint Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Periodontal Disease, Lick Granulomas, Geriatric Care, Hip Dysplasia, Feline Acne, Tendonitis, Arthritis, Otitis, And more!

What will my pet feel? Patients do not need to be sedated or restrained, and your pet will likely not feel the laser treatment. Human patients will often say they feel a pleasant tingling at the treatment site, but laser therapy causes no heating or burning. Soon after the first treatment, your pet may move with less pain or have a more relaxed stride and better range of motion. Often a series of treatments will be necessary, but the healing process begins right away. As a noninvasive treatment with no side effects, laser therapy is ideal for treating post operative patients, and can be used to treat long-term, degenerative conditions instead of pharmaceuticals.

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Here is a few Comments from our clients.
“I have a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog who was experiencing recurrent lameness when he got up from a down position. I saw immediate improvement after the first laser treatment and he was completely sound after following the treatment plan. Then we used the therapy on my Lab who injured himself while playing. Again, the results were almost immediate. I’m thrilled and grateful that Adamstown Veterinary Hospital is offering this amazing therapy. My active canine companions were back on their paws again in no time and enjoying all our normal activities.” – Susan Hufford.

“To me it was a miraculous healing process and having had Golden Retrievers in the past with skin issues, I feel that the laser therapy cut the healing time by two-thirds and continued to heal without the use of steroids.” – Barbara Emmett
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