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Lasers have been used in the medical field for many years. Doctors commonly use lasers to perform a variety of procedures on humans, including vein therapy, tattoo removal, and more. Lasers are used at pet hospitals to increase healing capacity and manage pain in animals by stimulating cell regeneration and boosting blood circulation. If you are looking for a non-invasive and drug-free method of treating your pet’s ailment, consider asking your veterinarian in Saratoga if laser therapy would be a good choice for your pet.

Veterinarians frequently recommend laser therapy to treat common conditions in animals such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, cystitis, otitis, and degenerative joint disease. Laser therapy is also frequently recommended to speed up healing if your pet has recently suffered a wound or had surgery. Laser therapy is performed in the office, at your pet hospital. The duration of treatment and frequency of treatments will vary depending on what is being treated.

Cat Laser Therapy