What's New at Bay East
October 7, 2011
Does your pet suffer from one of the following conditions?
- Acute or Chronic Pain
- Back Injuries
- Chronic Inflammation or Edema
- Decreased Mobility
- Sprains or Strains
- Wounds not Healing
Laser therapy is a deep, penetrating light that allows relief of pain through the release of endorphins, and stimulates the injured cells to heal at a faster rate. No sedation or surgery required. Most treated pets feel better 12 - 24 hours after treatment, and laser therapy can be combined with other medications and treatments.
Here is a testimonial from a client who tried Laser Therapy with their dog:
"Two years and two months ago, our then seven year old Gold Retriever, Ally, required an ACL on her left leg. The surgery was successful and the rehabilitation process was extensive. She and I spent a total of seven hours in a therapy pool and we spent 20 minutes three times a day performing leg mobility exercises. After about three months, it was clear she had regained the level of leg strength that she had prior to surgery. As we were told may happen, she ended up requiring the same surgery on her right leg this past summer. Bay East was interested in trying a new laser therapy treatment on Ally afterwards, and my wife and I agreed to have it done. Ally received a total of six treatments, and truth be told, that was the only therapy she needed. She did a total of twenty minutes of water therapy this time and the mobility exercise work was cut in half. Instead, we were able to begin regular walks and playtime in half the time it took following her first surgery. Her leg strength is great and her overall mobility is as effortless as it was when she was six. I believe the laser therapy is a large part of the reason."
- Patrick Breen