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Cat & Dog Laser Therapy in Oxford, MS

Providing pain relief for pets, whether it’s from an injury or chronic issue, is important to us. In addition to acupuncture, which can treat pain and other various maladies, we also offer cat and dog laser therapy. Laser therapy is a gentle, drug-free, non-invasive pain management modality. We use a handheld “wand” device that emits light beams at varying frequencies to alleviate discomfort, reduce inflammation, improve blood flow and increase healing.

Our team is excited to offer this therapy, which has proven itself effective many times over and given countless dogs, cats and even exotic pets a better quality of life. Give us a call at (662) 234-4336.

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Healing Pets at the Cellular Level

Cat and dog laser therapy helps repair damaged cells and increase cell production by sending light particles deep into the muscle tissue or other affected areas. The light particles are metabolized within the cells, increasing cell productivity and boosting the healing process.

Treatment sessions generally take no more than 15 minutes, and can often be shorter. Your pet may need only one session or they may need multiple sessions, depending on their condition.

Treatable Conditions

With laser therapy, we can help pets with a variety of problems:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Lick granulomas
  • Post-op incision sites
  • Wounds
  • Hot spots
  • Ear infections
  • Inflammation
  • Degenerative disc/joint disease
  • …and more
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Is Your Pet A Candidate for Laser Therapy?

To find out if laser therapy can help your pet, you will need to make an appointment with one of our doctors. We would be more than happy to evaluate your pet’s condition and consult with you about their best treatment options.

We often recommend laser therapy in conjunction with other forms of treatment, such as medication and/or acupuncture, for optimal results. If you want to know more about our pet laser therapy service or would like to schedule an appointment, call (662) 234-4336