South Putnam Animal Hospital

Cold Laser Therapy

We are proud to offer cold laser therapy as part of our comprehensive suite of technologies and modalities. There are many benefits to veterinary cold laser therapy, including decreased inflammation, muscle relaxation, and faster repair and healing of wounds. Whether your pet experiences chronic arthritis, has suffered an injury, or has just undergone surgery, our veterinarians will work with you and your pet to lay out an appropriate therapy plan.

Cold Laser Therapy For Your Pet

Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment that helps to manage chronic pain and heal chronic and acute wounds. It works by a technique called photobiostimulation, which is a deep penetrating light energy that stimulates the release of endorphins and increases circulation to affected areas of the body.

At South Putnam Animal Hospital, we commonly use cold laser therapy to treat arthritis in pets. A condition that affects a vast majority of our older patients, the laser penetrates the affected joints and works to increase the health and energy at a cellular level. This provides patients with pain relief within the tissues, anti-inflammatory relief, and aids to stimulate healing within cells.

Cold laser therapy gives us greater options when managing your pet's condition, provides relief of symptoms, improves range of motion and function, reduces or eliminates the need for medications, and achieves a higher quality of life.

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Located off of Route 6 and Route 6N, just minutes from Lake Mahopac and Mahopac High School.

Phone: 845-628-1834

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