Class-IV, deep-tissue laser therapy is the most potent of all therapy lasers. The Food and Drug Administration has approved it to treat pain and inflammation.
Happily, we are presenting this new workshop:
Laser Therapy for Dogs
4934 Main Street
Downers Grove, IL 60515
We’re finding that deep-tissue laser therapy helps many dogs show signs of improved function. The benefits of therapy laser treatments for dogs include:
- Reduced Pain
- Decreased Inflammation
- Boosted Healing Process
- Increased Circulation
Young and old dogs with acute and chronic conditions (e.g., arthritis) receive delivery of light photons at specific wavelengths. The non-invasive lights stimulate tissue healing in cells without side effects. The benefits are evidenced in practice.
For example, we did a treatment for our administrator Kim’s Papillon mix. He has arthritis and spinal nerve damage. As a result, he was not walking very well.
Kim says, “I had him at the vet’s office four times, and it cost me over $1,000 for X-rays and medication, which did not help him at all. I was having to carry him outside to go potty and carry him back in.” We suggested that Kim bring her fur baby in to try the laser.
Even though we’re seasoned physical therapists, we continue to be surprised at times by the effects of deep-tissue laser therapy. This time was no different. After three treatments, Kim’s dog was walking and going outside on his own. “I was amazed with the results,” Kim says.
That led us to ask, “Why didn’t we do this sooner?” Hence, this workshop.
Benefits of Deep-Tissue Laser Therapy
Some conditions that can be helped by modality are:
- arthritis/degenerative joint disease
- intervertebral disc disease (acute or chronic)
- lick granulomas
- neurological conditions
- hip or elbow dysplasia
- surgical incisions
- orthopedic post op recovery
To attend Laser Therapy for Dogs and learn more about how Class IV laser therapy promotes healing without side effects, call us at (630) 964-4008.