Cold Laser Therapy At Signature Veterinary Services

Signature Veterinary Services is proud to announce that we are now offering a new service called Cold Laser Therapy. If you are looking for an alternative to traditional veterinary medicine, then Doctor Vet Cold Laser Therapy may be the perfect solution for you and your pet. Cold laser therapy is a non-surgical, drug-free treatment that uses light to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. It is safe and gentle, with no side effects, and has been shown to be effective in treating a wide variety of conditions. Whether your pet is dealing with pain, inflammation, wounds, or joint problems, cold laser therapy can help speed up the healing process and provide relief.

How Does Cold Laser Therapy Work?

Laser therapy is a cutting-edge, non-invasive treatment that can provide relief from pain, inflammation, and a variety of other conditions.
Laser therapy uses visible and near-infrared light to stimulate cellular activity. It helps to increase blood flow and brings more blood to the affected areas, while getting more oxygen out of the blood and into the cells that need it, which in turn forces the cells to produce more energy.
This allows the cells to have more energy to perform the natural healing tasks. This leads to a general effect of stimulating the body to function naturally faster and more efficiently.
Laser therapy is safe, effective, and has been used for decades to treat a variety of conditions. It is FDA-cleared and backed by a wealth of scientific research.

What to Expect at A Cold Laser Therapy Appointment

We will perform the treatment inside our mobile unit outside of the patients home. Usually the treatment provides a calm cooling feeling for pets so they welcome having the treatment and oftentimes will fall asleep during the procedure.
Our new Doctor Vet Laser is a non-invasive simple procedure that usually only takes between 2-5 minutes per treatment site. Total treatment time will depend on the age and size of your pet, as well as the area/s we are treating.
At your pet’s appointment, your doctor will examine your pet’s condition and establish if he/she is a good candidate for laser therapy. After the diagnosis they will also determine how many treatments your pet will need; typically pets need between 4-6 treatments.

Common Indications for Laser Therapy

Doctor Vet Cold Laser Therapy is useful for a wide range of conditions, but the main uses include:
Chronic pain, such as arthritis, or joint pain
Chronic wounds, infections, injuries or areas with increased risk of infection Post-op care, for when your pet is recovering from surgery
There are many other uses for this treatment that we are happy to discuss with you at your appointment.

Help Your Pet with Pain Management and Healing From the Comfort of Your Home

Signature Veterinary Services is excited to offer this non-invasive modality to new and existing patients. We are here to answer any questions you have about this procedure and welcome you to call us today at (619) 354-1025 to schedule a consultation and see if your furry friend is a good candidate for cold laser therapy!