How K-Laser Therapy Can Help with Chronic Pain
If you have a pet who's dealing with chronic pain, and you're in the Eaton, CO area, we at Eaton Animal Den can help your pet live a more comfortable life. Our veterinarian team is committed to making sure your pet can get the support they need to feel better and move around more easily. K-Laser therapy is one of the options we use for that. Here's what some information about this therapy, and how it can help your pet feel better fast.
What Is K-Laser Therapy?
K-Laser therapy, which is also known as High Power Laser Therapy, is designed to use specific frequencies of light to treat pain by repairing and restoring tissue. A veterinarian from our practice can use this on areas where your pet is experiencing pain, to help restore a range of motion and level of comfort. While some pets see a lot of relief from the very first treatment, it can take a few sessions to see significant improvement for other pets. This often depends on the severity of the problem.
Is K-Laser Therapy Invasive?
K-Laser therapy is non-invasive, so you won't have to worry about your pet undergoing any procedure which could put them at risk of infection or other problems. There's no harm to the surrounding skin, or to the tissues being treated. The laser doesn't cause burns and can be used on your pet right in your veterinarian's office.
Is This Therapy Safe?
One of the best things about K-Laser therapy is that it's very safe! Because of the type of laser light used, you won't be putting your pet at any risk. The therapy may work better for some pets than it will for others, but it won't cause any harm that you'll need to worry about. It's not a trade-off between your pet's current chronic pain and other issues that a treatment could cause. You can choose the K-Laser therapy with confidence, knowing that you're doing a good thing for your pet's pain.
Work with a Trusted Veterinarian from Our Practice Today
Eaton Animal Den is here to help pets with chronic pain in the Eaton, CO area. Our veterinarian team is dedicated to making sure all the pets who come to us are getting the best treatment for their needs. Contact us today, and let's talk about the pain your pet may be experiencing and what we can do to make it better. Call us at (970) 454-1700.