Laser Therapy

At Sand Road Animal Hospital, we are committed to providing the latest in veterinary care to ensure the well-being of your beloved pets. One of the advanced technologies we offer is the Erchonia Laser, a Class 2 laser system that harnesses the power of low-level laser therapy (LLLT) to promote healing and pain relief.

What is the Erchonia Laser?

The Erchonia Laser is a non-invasive, painless treatment option that uses specific wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular activity. This gentle therapy helps reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and accelerate the healing process in a natural and safe manner.

Benefits of Erchonia Laser Therapy:

  1. Pain Management: The Erchonia Laser offers a drug-free alternative for managing pain associated with various conditions, including arthritis, post-surgical pain, and injuries.
  2. Accelerated Healing: By enhancing cellular activity, this therapy can speed up the healing of wounds, fractures, and soft tissue injuries.
  3. Reduced Inflammation: The laser’s anti-inflammatory effects can help alleviate swelling and promote better mobility in pets suffering from conditions such as tendonitis and bursitis.
  4. Non-Invasive: Unlike surgical procedures, Erchonia Laser therapy does not require incisions or anesthesia, making it a safer and less stressful option for pets.
  5. No Known Side Effects: This therapy is well-tolerated by pets and has no known side effects, making it suitable for long-term use if needed.

When is Erchonia Laser Therapy Used?

Erchonia Laser therapy is a versatile treatment option used for a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Musculoskeletal Injuries: It can help manage pain and promote healing in pets with sprains, strains, and fractures.
  • Arthritis: The therapy can reduce inflammation in arthritic joints, improving mobility and comfort.
  • Post-Surgical Recovery: It can aid in faster healing and reduce post-operative pain and inflammation.
  • Wound Healing: The laser’s ability to stimulate cell growth can accelerate the healing of surgical incisions, lacerations, and abrasions.

At Sand Road Animal Hospital, our experienced veterinarians will assess your pet’s condition and determine if Erchonia Laser therapy is the right choice. Contact us today to learn more about this advanced treatment option and how it can benefit your pet’s health and well-being