Pet Laser Therapy for Safer Pain Management
When your pet is in pain, they are not themselves. They may be lethargic, stressed, or may even lash out. While pain medications such as NSAIDs are highly effective for reducing pain, they also come with some risk of side effects, particularly with long-term use.
Luckily, your pet has another option. Laser therapy is the latest technology in the veterinary industry for pain management. It is entirely painless, non-invasive, and has no known side effects. New Berlin Animal Hospital is pleased to offer pet laser therapy for any of our patients in pain.
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Frequency of Treatments
We’ll develop your pet’s treatment plan based on their condition and response to the laser. Typically, for conditions such as wound healing or surgical recovery, they will need only one or two sessions to benefit. For chronic conditions like arthritis or intervertebral disc disease, we may recommend 2-3 treatments per week. Since pet laser therapy is cumulative, your pet’s number of sessions will decrease over time from 2-3 times a week to once a week, once every two weeks, and so on.
If you think your pet is a candidate for laser therapy, get in touch today! You can call us at 262-782-6910 or stop in today to learn more.