Laser Therapy FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About Laser Therapy from Ina Road Animal Hospital

At Ina Road Animal Hospital, we are always looking for ways to improve the quality of care that we provide to our patients. One of the tools that we can use to help our patients is called laser therapy. Our trained vets provide animal urgent care services. We know that many of our patients have questions, particularly when they hear that their pet could be receiving laser therapy. We have put together a list of the common questions we hear below.

Does Laser Therapy Burn Pets?

This is one of the most common concerns we hear at Ina Road Animal Hospital. It is true that there are plenty of lasers that are used in operating rooms to help with surgical procedures. These lasers work by cutting through tissue. That is NOT what this laser does. This laser has been powered down, using a much larger wavelength and a much lower frequency. This means that this laser merely stimulates cells instead of cutting through them.

How Does Laser Therapy Work?

Using this low-power laser, we will use the energy coming from the laser to stimulate certain parts of the pet's body. This allows us to stimulate the healing process. Our goal is to transmit this energy to parts of the body that need to be healed.

What Conditions Does Laser Therapy Treat?

At Ina Road Animal Hospital, there are several conditions that we can treat using this laser therapy. For example, we can use laser therapy to treat certain types of arthritis. We can also use laser therapy to help pets that are suffering from chronic pain. Our goal is to leverage the energy contained in the laser to speed up the healing process. In this fashion, we can provide exceptional healthcare to our patients. Our veterinarians can devise a treatment plan that will help your pet. We are here to help you and your furry friend.

How Often Does My Pet Need Laser Therapy?

Since laser therapy stimulates your pet's natural healing mechanisms, each patient's treatment plan will vary. Some of the more chronic conditions such as arthritis may require treatments once a week, or once a month. Acute conditions such as trauma may only need a few treatments scheduled a few days apart.

Contact Ina Road Animal Hospital Today to Make an Appointment

At Ina Road Animal Hospital, we place the needs of our patients first. We have worked hard to expand the services that we provide to our patients to ensure that we can meet the needs of our patients. If you are looking for urgent animal care in Tucson, AZ, give us a call today to make an appointment with a veterinarian from our team! We would be happy to take care of your furry friend!


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Tucson, AZ 85741

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