Class IV Laser Therapy for Pets in Bristol
A Pain Management Treatment
At Chippens Hill Veterinary Hospital, we are committed to preventing and controlling pain with a multi-modal approach. Thermal modification using class IV laser therapy employs drug-free, non-invasive therapeutic light waves that penetrate hair and skin deep to the cellular level. There, in the deep tissue, increased circulation and decreased inflammation control pain and promote healing.
Laser therapy can speed wound healing and increase mobility. It can also help treat acute injuries and relieve chronic pain to improve your pet’s quality of life. Depending on your pet’s condition, one or two treatments may heal an acute injury. A series of treatments may help maintain comfort in the face of a chronic condition.
At Chippens Hill Veterinary Hospital, we use one-time laser therapy after surgeries to promote incision healing and to decrease pain. For acute soft tissue injuries and chronic musculoskeletal diseases, we use a series of laser treatments to promote healing and to manage pain.
To learn more about class IV laser therapy and to see whether it might be right for your pet, discuss the treatment with one of our veterinarians at Chippens Hill Veterinary Hospital. Our Bristol laser therapy technicians can review the benefits of this safe and non-invasive therapy with you.
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