9400 NW 58th St.
Doral, Florida 33178

(305) 598-1234

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Pet Laser Therapy in Doral

Is your pet not quite themselves due to pain? Whether from an acute or chronic condition, pain can take away our beloved companion’s energy and personality. While traditional pain medication can do a wonder of good, they do come with some risks, particularly with long-term use. At Doral Centre Animal Hospital, we’re proud to offer our pet patients the pain management alternative of laser therapy! Pet laser therapy is non-invasive, pain-free, and causes zero side effects, even during long-term use.

Dog running happily: Pet Laser Therapy in Doral

Laser Therapy’s Uses

Doctor’s dentists, physical therapists, and veterinarians alike use cold laser therapy in a variety of ways. The main uses include tissue repair and relief from pain and inflammation. But how does it work?

Deep tissue laser therapy accelerates the body’s own natural healing process through photobiostimulation, or simply put, cell-absorbed light energy. Pet laser therapy provides concrete benefits to your pet as their deep-tissue cells absorb and convert the light energy into cellular energy. This energy stimulates wound healing and tissue regeneration while also alleviating pain and inflammation.

Cat playing with its owner: Pet Laser Therapy in Doral

Common Clinical Uses of Laser Therapy

We use pet laser therapy for a number of conditions including:

Frequency and Length of Treatment

Laser therapy sessions’ length and frequency depend on your pet’s condition as well as your availability. One session can last anywhere from 2-8 minutes. Your pet could benefit from only one short session, or they could require 2-3 sessions each week over the course of a month or more. We’ll talk to you in-depth about your pet’s condition, our suggestions, and your availability to determine a treatment schedule that works for everyone’s needs. Please contact us today at (305) 598-1234 for more information about pet laser therapy.

“Everyone who works is extremely nice. I really liked the Doctor my dog had, not only was she knowledgeable but you could tell she genuinely cared. Thank you guys for taking care of my puppy Elvis!”
- Monica A.