Skilled Veterinary Laser Therapy in Surrey

If your pet is dealing with painful arthritis or uncomfortable chronic skin conditions, it can leave you questioning what treatment options are available to you. At Panorama Village Animal Hospital, we're proud to provide quality Surrey veterinary laser therapy to improve your cat or dog's overall quality of life. Our team is excited to meet you and your pet and learn how we can adapt our services to meet your needs.

One of the founding principles of our practice is our commitment to creating a relaxing and comforting office environment for any pet that walks through our doors. Our team will treat your pet with the compassion it deserve while respecting its boundaries. We extend our laser therapy services to dogs, cats, and exotic animals like rabbits and ferrets. Call us today to schedule your pet's next appointment!


What is Veterinary Laser Therapy?

Veterinary laser therapy is a state-of-the-art treatment that uses light waves to cause photobiomodulation or the alternation of cellular and tissue physiology. Through laser therapy, your pet's cells are activated to promote growth and repair. The minimally invasive nature of our Surrey vet laser therapy makes it an ideal option if you're worried about your pet undergoing traditional surgery, especially if it's an older pet.

Some of the benefits of veterinary laser therapy include the following:

  • Releasing endorphins
  • Increasing blood flow
  • Encouraging muscle relaxation
  • Decreasing inflammation
  • Improving healing times

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Our Veterinary Laser Therapy Services

During your initial appointment, our veterinary team will sit down with you to outline how our Surrey vet laser therapy can help alleviate your pet's pain and help them recover. The number of laser therapy treatments your pet may need depends on the nature of their health problem. Although some health concerns can be addressed with one or two treatments, some may require as much as four or five. Regardless of how many sessions your pet needs, our friendly and supportive staff is here to make your pet's experience as comfortable and seamless as possible.

Some of the applications of our veterinary laser therapy include:

  • Arthritis: Arthritis is classified as the swelling or tenderness of one or more of your pet's joints. Arthritis can be especially debilitating in quadrupedal pets, as even one arthritic limb can place additional stress on their remaining limbs. Not only can arthritis impair your pet's mobility but cause discomfort that prevents it from living its life to the fullest. Through laser therapy, we can help reduce pain and inflammation while preventing the inconvenience of morning stiffness.
  • Hip Dysplasia: Hip dysplasia is a medical term for when your pet's hip socket doesn't fully cover the ball portion of their thighbone. When left untreated, hip dysplasia can damage the cartilage lining your pet's joint and lead to hip labral tears. Laser therapy reduces your pet's pain by quieting nerve cells and lowering inflammation around their hip sockets.
  • Skin Conditions: If your pet is suffering from either one or numerous skin conditions, laser therapy may be an ideal treatment choice. Through laser therapy, we can help reduce swelling, lessen pain, and lower the chance of infection. Some of the skin conditions we regularly treat with veterinary laser therapy include atopic dermatitis and subcutaneous cysts.
  • Chronic Inflammation: One of the most common health problems affecting older pets is chronic inflammation. Not only can chronic inflammation affect multiple areas of your pet's body, but it can prove difficult to treat. Laser therapy can help reduce inflammation and pain, especially in problematic areas like your pet's neck and lower back.

Laser Therapy FAQs

It's normal to have numerous questions about our Surrey veterinary laser therapy treatment. That's why our team is here to answer your questions and give you the information you need to make educated and confident decisions about your pet's health. Some frequently asked questions about veterinary laser therapy include:

How is laser therapy applied?

Our team at Panorama Village Animal Hospital uses a specialized handheld laser wand. Treatment is simple and consists of moving the wand slowly over the affected area. There's no need for complex aftercare, and your pet can go about its day as it normally would following treatment.

Yes. Our veterinary team strictly follows safety guidelines so that your pet is comfortable and safe during treatment. We'll also provide your pet with protective eyewear during laser therapy.

The duration of your pet's laser therapy session depends on the severity of its condition. Typically, sessions can last anywhere between 10 and 30 minutes. We'll closely monitor how your pet reacts to the treatment, as some show visible signs of improvement faster than others.

Dependable Surrey Vet Laser Therapy for Pets

At Panorama Village Animal Hospital, we're proud to help alleviate your pet's pain and improve their quality of life through skilled Surrey vet laser therapy treatments. Our laser therapy offerings extend to dogs, cats, and exotic animals. Contact us today to schedule your pet's next appointment!



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