Pet Companion Laser Therapy

Transform your pet’s well-being with laser therapy at New River Animal Hospital. Schedule an appointment today for a reliable solution to ensure your pet’s optimal health and happiness.

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dog getting laser therapy

Understanding Laser Therapy

At New River Animal Hospital in Nimitz, WV, we pride ourselves on over a decade of pioneering expertise in pet companion laser therapy. Laser therapy is a non-invasive, innovative treatment that seamlessly integrates with the body’s innate healing mechanisms. Our unwavering commitment to your pets’ well-being fuels our dedication to providing this scientifically proven method, specifically designed to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain associated with a spectrum of conditions, ensuring your pets live their happiest, healthiest lives.

The Safe, Painless, and Swift Solution

Our laser therapy sessions are designed with your pet’s comfort in mind. The treatment is safe, painless, and swift, with noticeable improvement often observed within just 3 to 5 sessions. At New River Animal Hospital, we prioritize your pet’s well-being, and our experienced team is dedicated to delivering effective laser therapy with precision and care.

Conditions Treated with Laser Therapy

Pet companion laser therapy is not limited to a specific set of ailments. Over the years, we have witnessed remarkable results in treating various conditions, including:

  • Wounds, Cuts, and Bites: Laser therapy accelerates the healing process for external injuries, promoting faster recovery.
  • Allergies and Infections: By reducing inflammation, laser therapy provides relief from allergies and aids in the recovery from infections.
  • Tooth Extraction Pain Relief: Post-dental care is crucial, and laser therapy ensures your pet experiences minimal discomfort after tooth extraction.
  • Sprains, Strains, and Fractures: The therapeutic effects of laser treatment extend to musculoskeletal injuries, facilitating quicker healing.
  • Chronic Conditions: For pets dealing with long-term health issues, laser therapy offers a supportive approach to managing symptoms and enhancing their quality of life.
  • Degenerative Joint Disease and Arthritis: Laser therapy is a valuable tool in managing pain and inflammation associated with joint disorders.
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Periodontal Disease: Gastrointestinal and dental issues find relief through laser therapy, promoting overall wellness.
  • Lick Granulomas: Persistent licking can lead to granulomas, and laser therapy aids in reducing these lesions.
  • Geriatric Care: Senior pets benefit from laser therapy, experiencing improved mobility and reduced discomfort associated with aging.
  • Hip Dysplasia and Feline Acne: Chronic conditions like hip dysplasia and feline acne see positive responses to laser treatment.
  • Tendonitis: Inflammation of tendons is effectively managed through targeted laser therapy.