Rhawnhurst Pet Laser Therapy
Administering Laser Treatment in Philadelphia, Bucks County and Montgomery County
Rhawnhurst Animal Hospital is excited to offer laser therapy, a safe and non-invasive treatment option, to our patients. Laser therapy is a surgery-free, pain-free, and drug-free way to treat several health conditions and injuries. Many pets have benefited from this innovative pain treatment method and we hope your pet will, too!
Learn more about laser therapy in Philadelphia, Bucks County and Montgomery County by calling Rhawnhurst Animal Hospital at (215) 883-8286.
Applications for Laser Therapy
We often recommend laser therapy to pets recovering from trauma or suffering from certain health conditions. This treatment is also beneficial for aging pets whose mobility is declining.
Laser therapy may be used to treat:
- Post-surgery pain
- General pain management
- Dental procedures
- Fractures, burns, bites, and other wounds
- Ear infections
- Arthritis, degenerative joint disease, or hip dysplasia
Many of our laser therapy patients are older animals who are suffering from musculoskeletal conditions. Since our pets can’t talk to us and express the pain or discomfort they are in, you’ll have to be on the lookout for signs and symptoms that your pet is suffering.
Your pet may be a good candidate for laser therapy if they exhibit:
- Abnormal sitting or lying posture
- A limp
- Trouble going up and down stairs
- Licking or biting a certain area
- Lack of appetite
- Whining or groaning, especially when moving, sitting down, or standing up
How Does Laser Therapy Work?
Laser therapy harnesses the power of non-thermal photons to stimulate cell regeneration, increase blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and accelerate the healing process. The series of chemical reactions that occur as a result of laser therapy is known as photobiostimulation.
What to Expect from a Laser Therapy Session
When you bring your pet in for laser therapy at Rhawnhurst Animal Hospital, we make sure your pet is relaxed and comfortable. Your pet will not need to be sedated, anesthetized, or shaved. Most pets who seem anxious before the treatment usually experience almost immediate pain relief, which helps them relax.
The treatment process is simple: a veterinarian or technician on our team will hold the laser wand over the affected area while your pet is laying down or standing up. A single session usually lasts anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes. Many pets seem more comfortable and in less pain after just a single session, but we may recommend one or multiple sessions per week for a period of time.
Our veterinarians use the most current medicine and technology.
We strive to provide the same quality of care that we would want for our family.
We employ some of the best Doctors in the industry to care for your furry family.
“Very Good Vet”- Maria C.
“Great service, the doctors are very caring and gentle. I wish I would have found them sooner.”- Anitra P.
“I would definitely recommend Rhawnhurst for anyone looking for a caring and knowledgeable vet!”- Scooter R.