Laser therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light to create therapeutic effects. Laser therapy can relieve pain, improve healing time,reduce swelling and increase range of motion. There is no patient sedation or restraint required and the experience is usually pleasant and comforting to your pet. Call and ask if your pet is a good candidate for laser therapy.
My almost 20 year old Jack Russell was having so much trouble getting around. She had a pronounced limp and was in pain. We decided to try the new laser treatment to see if it could help her. It has made such a big difference. Her limp is significantly less and she is running and jumping like I haven't seen in years. I'm so glad we did this. Thank you Norton Road Veterinary Hospital!!!
Our 12 ½ year old Mini Schnauzer, Petey, was having a lot of back pain due to arthritis. He was taking pain meds but was still in quite a bit of pain. Dr. Logan told us about the laser treatment and after a few weeks we decided to give it a try. We saw improvement immediately after the first treatment. His back wasn’t slumped down as bad and he was getting up the steps into the house easier. He has had five treatments now and I am amazed by the difference it has made. His back is no longer slumped down at all, he is even better getting up the steps into the house and he has the prance back in his step. I cannot thank the vets and staff at Norton Road Veterinary Hospital enough for bringing my goofy silly boy back to me. I will recommend this treatment to everyone, it’s totally worth it.
I want to thank Dr. Jew and his staff for letting Lucky try the new laser treatment. She tore her ACL and we could not do surgery to help her. They asked if Lucky could try the new laser treatment that was helping animals with injuries. She did great with each treatment and seemed to feel better after each one. She is still taking her anti-inflammatory but she is not limping at all and acts like her old self. I can not thank them enough for helping her and our family. I would recommend anyone to do this laser treatment for their pet. Norton Road Veterinary Hospital treats people and their pets like family!