We can reduce or eliminate pain in more than 90% of cases without drugs.
BRAND NEW STATE OF THE ART "LASER THERAPY" NOW ADDED TO OUR SERVICES
You won't believe it until you see it for yourself. I certainly did not.
WE NOW OFFER STATE OF THE ART "LASER PAIN THERAPY" NO DRUGS NO RISK.
Convenient outpatient treatment plans require no anesthesia.
ESPECIALLY EFFECTIVE IN ARTHRITIS AND SPINAL CONDITIONS.
All I can tell you is that when you use LASER surgery or if you treat a painful condition with LASER therapy, it almost immediately stops the pain ... with NO side effects.
It reduces swelling, it improves circulation and it speeds up healing PERIOD. I can personally vouch for that!
(By the way there are several free gifts and access to at least one $100 gift card hidden on this website-happy hunting)
For you geeks interested in more technical details read the rest.
Traditionally, veterinarians treat pain with steroids or narcotics or non-steroidals.
All of these drugs have serious side effects ranging from immune suppression, to kidney failure, to addiction.
After long time use, these drugs even contribute to DETERIORATION of the joint cartillage, who wants that?
We are VERY VERY excited about the phenomenal results we are getting with our new K-Laser Therapy machine.
To the pet it just feels like gentle warming light. Most of them start relaxing and show decreased stress within minutes of starting the first treatment. Before we are even done I have seen extremely painful cats stop fighting and start purring, and severely stressed dogs lay down and close their eyes in relaxation. It is almost unbelievable!
Besides that, what I also know is happening inside the body, the laser stimulates bloodflow, improves immunity in the treated areas, speeds up healing and even has an effect in killing bacteria, viruses and fungi.
The health of your pet is as important to us as it is to you. We prefer drug free treatment options whenever possible.
We are also proud of the fact that we have a LASER SURGERY machine (Different from the K-Laser Therapy machine)
ALL OUR SURGERIES ARE DONE WITH LASER NOT SCALPEL, TO RELIEVE PAIN FOR YOUR PET.
Laser surgery is a safe, comfortable treatment. In many procedures the scalpel can be replaced with the laser to provide a much better alternative.
What is a Laser?
A laser is a device that generates an intense beam of light at a specific wavelength.
How does a laser work?
We treat our patients with a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser which is the most widely used type of laser in the medical field. CO2 lasers produce an invisible beam that vaporizes the water normally found in skin and other soft tissue. The laser beam can be precisely controlled so it can remove or cut a small portion of tissue at one time while leaving the surrounding tissue unaffected.
Why laser surgery?
There is less pain - Less anesthesia can be used causing less complication because the laser seals nerve endings as it "cuts". Pain after surgery is reduced.
There is less bleeding - The laser seals the small blood cells during surgery.
There is less swelling - Tearing, crushing and bruising are obsolete with the laser, because laser energy doesn't physically come in contact with the tissue.
What are some benefits for my pet?
Laser reduces the risk of infection - As the laser removes diseased tissue it also kills bacteria that causes infection.
The laser is precise - The laser can remove unhealthy tissue without affecting the healthy tissue surrounding it.
Quick recovery - The healing process is rapid and there is less post-operative discomfort.
Laser procedures heal differently than traditional surgery resulting in less trauma to your pet. This may shorten the time spent in the veterinary hospital.
Are lasers new?
No, laser technology has been around for more than 20 years. Medical doctors have helped thousands of people with the use of lasers.
What type of procedures are performed with a laser?
A laser is ideal for all kinds of procedures for dogs, cats, birds and many other animals. The laser is ideal for use on infections in the mouth, eyes, ears or anywhere on the animals skin. It it used to correct many common conditions such as tumors, warts and cysts. Many internal procedures are also performed with a laser. Your veterinarian will be able to tell you if the procedure your pet needs can be performed with a laser.
Here is one of my hidden surprises on the website: If you think your pet might benefit from LASER therapy, call Christina for a free test drive! Tell her I sent you an invitation from the Breaking News page.
(Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, your pet's name your address and your phone number and you will be entered into a very limited drawing for a $100 gift certificate - shhhhhn - don't tell anybody else)