LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 04, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The veterinary office of Doerr Animal Clinic would like to make Louisville pet owners aware of a valuable new addition to their suite of veterinary services. They are now offering deep tissue laser therapy for enhanced veterinary care, expediting wound healing, and many other areas of pet health.
Deep tissue laser therapy can provide non-surgical, non-invasive pain relief for pets for a range of issues. It can help to aid in wound healing due to its ability to stimulate improved circulation after an injury or surgery. Doerr Animal Clinic offers class 4 deep tissue laser therapy with the 12 watt Companion Therapy Laser. Most cold therapy lasers are in the two to three watt range.
The benefits of deep tissue laser therapy are proven and well documented. Both real-world use and clinical studies over several decades attest to its value in alleviating swelling, inflammation and pain. Deep tissue laser therapy also assists in stimulating the cells and nerve regeneration required for tissue repair. This makes it extremely valuable when used following a surgery or in facilitating faster wound healing generally.
Deep tissue laser therapy is versatile and can be applied to a range of pet health conditions. In addition to assisting with wound healing, it can also provide relief for conditions like osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, and degenerative disc or joint disease. It can soothe many dermatologic disorders such as skin hot spots, acral lick granuloma and interdigital dermatitis.
Chronic or acute otitis, acute strains and sprains, and periodontal disease can also be treated with deep tissue laser therapy. It is effective on its own or used in conjunction with other treatment modalities.
The laser and the process are non-invasive and pain-free. The treatment has a soothing and relaxing effect for most animals, and in many cases they begin to feel better immediately. The healing laser penetrates deeply, offering an effective drug-free option for pain relief and enhanced care.
Deep tissue laser therapy has no known side effects and could help alleviate the need for surgery or other more invasive procedures. Healing time is reduced and the entire process is extremely well tolerated by most animals. It takes just minutes to administer, and pet owners can be present the entire time.
Dr. Pat Turns of Doerr Animal Clinic says, “Deep tissue laser therapy enhances results in many areas of pet health as both a primary treatment and a complementary modality. We are pleased to offer this non-invasive drug-free treatment for pets’ wellbeing.”
Doerr Animal Clinic is located at 2050 Herr Lane in Louisville, Kentucky. Those in the area who wish to inquire further about their services or book an exam may do so by calling (502) 425-1275. Additional information about the practice is also available on their website at http://doerranimalclinic.com/.
Doerr Animal Clinic, (502) 425-1275
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