MURRIETA, Calif., April 10, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cold laser therapy is a new addition to the roster of services available at Murrieta Family Pet Hospital. The veterinarian at this family pet hospital, Dr. Lenette Telles, addresses common pet ailments with cold laser therapy. Cold laser therapy utilizes multiple light waves to painlessly address chronic and painful conditions in animals. Treatments are short in duration with many pet owners noticing positive differences in as little as three to four sessions. More than 30 years of research supports the efficacy of cold laser treatments for both human and veterinary care.
Research indicates that there are a number of conditions able to be addressed with the option of painless cold laser therapy. Cold laser therapy induces cellular and tissue activity which promotes greater health and functioning. It reduces inflammation, working as an effective pain management tool in chronic conditions affecting pets. Conditions that can be effectively treated with cold laser therapy include Lick Granulomas, acute and chronic Otitis, Intervertebral Disc Disease, anal gland issues, Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease, Hip Dysplasia, Cranial Cruciate Ligament issues, Degenerative Joint Disease, Arthritis, hot spots, post-surgery inflammation and discomfort due to other sources of chronic pain or inflammation. Pets benefit from a holistic non-invasive alternative to treat and manage a number of painful conditions. Each painless session lasts from five to 15 minutes. Murrieta Family Pet Hospital will help pet owners identify if pets with chronic conditions and discomfort are candidates for cold laser therapy.
“We pride ourselves on offering the latest proven treatments for pets at our Murrieta hospital,” said Dr. Lenette Telles. “As an experienced veterinarian, I see animals with painful and chronic conditions regularly and cold laser therapy is a unique offering that is able to soothe pain and promote the healing process from within. Our first consideration is to improve the quality of life for pets at our family pet hospital, followed by safely treating chronic and acute conditions with healing light therapy, as part of our comprehensive treatment options for all pet patients.”
Dr. Lenette Telles offers compassionate veterinary care to pets and owners in Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Temecula, Menifee and Murrieta. Murrieta Family Pet Hospital is an AAHA accredited hospital, voluntarily submitting information and awarded the privilege to display the AAHA Standard of Veterinary Excellence in Murrieta. Their family pet hospital is at the forefront of advanced veterinary care. The staff offers wellness care and preventative services, surgical procedures, dental care and specialized services to benefit pets throughout any stage in their life. Cold laser therapy is a new addition at Murrieta Family Pet Hospital and affords patients another method of complementary care.
Call (951) 595-7754 to schedule an appointment at the Murrieta Family Pet Hospital, learn more about cold laser therapy or visit http://murrietafamilypethospital.com/ for more details.
Murrieta Family Pet Hospital, (951) 595-7754
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