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If you would like your pet to be referred to us for treatment, please contact your own vet who can organise the referral. We will happily discuss any case with referring vets first.
Laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment. It involves applying a therapeutic dose of light to damaged tissue, which leads to a cellular response from the cells, promoting increased production of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) which in turn causes increased energy transfer within the cell.
The frequency of treatment is dependent on your pets’ condition, therefore will vary patient to patient. As a guide, chronic conditions will be treated on average five times within the first two weeks followed by maintenance treatment which may be weekly, fortnightly or monthly depending on your pet. For post-operative healing, we provide one treatment on the day of the operation, followed by a treatment at the first post-operative check up.
Treatments will vary in cost depending on the complexity of the condition. Please ask the practiceand we can advise you on costs.
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