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Canine Laser TherapyEast Towne Veterinary Clinic is committed to providing the best possible patient care. In September 2012, we took another step towards advancing our level of care by providing Laser Therapy Treatment to our pet patients.

All of our surgery and dentistry patients receive a laser therapy treatment after their procedure to reduce pain and speed the healing process. Laser Therapy is also a great treatment option for many acute and chronic conditions that companion animals may experience.

What is Laser Therapy?

A surgery-free, drug-free, non-invasive treatment that will:

  • Reduce pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Speed healing

How does Laser Therapy work?

Laser light is delivered through a non-invasive headpiece to treat the affected area. Your pet may feel soothing warmth. Most treatments take a matter of minutes.

Laser therapy has been scientifically proven to be successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.

Acute Conditions

Wounds, allergies, infections, cuts/bites, inflammation, tooth extraction pain, sprains, strains, fractures, post-surgical healing and pain.

Chronic Conditions

Inflammatory bowel disease, lick granulomas, geriatric care, arthritis, otitis, feline acne, degenerative joint disease, hip dysplasia and more.

Canine Wound Before Laser Therapy   Canine Wound After Laser Therapy
Spike, one of our canine patients, had an open wound for months that wasn't healing, so Dr. Gilbertson put him on a 6-session laser therapy treatment plan. Spike visited us twice a week and by the sixth treatment the wound was scabbed over and healing.

  Canine Laser Therapy Patient
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What are the costs?

Treatment recommendations are unique to each patient and condition. Your pet's veterinarian will determine how often and how many treatments your pet should have based on its condition.

Laser therapy sessions can be priced individually or in packages.

*All packages include 6 treatments and a follow-up examination that is to be given at the time of the sixth treatment.