Therapeutic Laser Therapy

Here at Chaseview we are very excited to be able to offer our patients Therapeutic Laser Therapy.

What is Therapeutic Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy has been used in Europe and America for the last 15 years for the treatment of numerous conditions. The technology and the science has developed at an impressive rate to give us a spectacular method of treatment. Our Class IV Laser is used to deliver infrared wavelengths of laser light into tissues to induce many biological and therapeutic effects, so called photobiomodulation. These biological effects include:

  1. Reduction of inflammationLaser
  2. Reduction of pain
  3. Accelerated tissue repair & faster wound healing
  4. Increased blood flow to damaged tissue
  5. Increased metabolic activity of cells
  6. Reduced scar tissue formation
  7. Improved nerve function and recovery following nerve damage

What conditions can be treated with Therapeutic Laser Therapy?

In short any tissue that is painful or damaged can be treated with the laser. Common examples are:

  1. Osteoarthritis
  2. Muscle, ligament or tendon sprains and strains
  3. Neck and back pain
  4. Hip and elbow dysplasia
  5. Post surgical wound treatment
  6. Acute traumatic wounds
  7. Chronic wounds
  8. Fracture repaircat laser
  9. Intervertebral disc disease
  10. Lick granulomas
  11. Ear infections
  12. Anal gland abcesses
  13. Chronic stomatitis in cats
  14. Cystitis
  15. Inflammatory lung diseases eg. Feline asthma 

How is the treatment delivered?

It is a very straight forward procedure. No sedation and almost no restraint is needed. laser2Treatment is not painful, in fact many patients find it relaxing and comforting as they experience a very pleasant warming sensation in the tissues being treated. It is not uncommon for them to be so relaxed that they go home and go straight to sleep after treatments.

A nurse will perform the treatments using our laser machine. You will be with your pet for the session and its great if you can feed them their favourite treats at the same time.

How often should a patient be treated?

Acute conditions may be treated daily or every other day particularly if they are accompanied by significant pain, eg. A severe infected wound. More chronic problems may need treatments 2-3 times a week to begin with tapering to once a week or every other week as improvements are seen.

How many treatments does it take?

This depends on the nature of the condition being treated. For some conditions1-2 treatments may be enough. For more chronic conditions 6-10 sessions may be needed. Some conditions may require ongoing periodic treatments to control pain eg. 1 session every 3-4 weeks for ongoing osteoarthritis.

What results can I expect?

Please watch these videos and be thrilled and amazed.




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