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Sundance, "Sunny" to his friends, looks too cool in his doggles while he gets cold laser therapy by our trained patient care team.  He has arthritis in his spine, elbows, hips, and ankles. After his therapy, he feels fine enough to flaunt his fluff. Ask us about Companion Class 4 cold laser today!

Cold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), uses a low-powered laser to stimulate the body's natural healing process. The laser emits light that penetrates the skin and tissues, which is absorbed by the cells and leads to increased metabolism and circulation, reduced inflammation, and pain relief. Not all cold lasers are the same.  Companion Class 4 cold laser is a high quality laser that produces results in less time.

For dogs with arthritis, cold laser therapy can help reduce pain and inflammation and improve joint mobility and flexibility. It can also speed healing and decrease painful inflammation in wounds. The number of sessions needed for noticeable improvement can vary depending on the severity of the condition and the individual dog's response to the therapy. Typically, several sessions may be needed at first, followed by maintenance sessions as needed to manage the arthritis symptoms.

It's important to note that cold laser therapy should be done by a trained professional veterinarian and veterinary care team who is knowledgeable in the use of the therapy and can determine the best treatment plan based on the dog's specific condition and needs.