Now offering a surgery-free, drug-free noninvasive treatment for pain relief and inflammation
We offer the latest technology in health care for your pet. Our Companion Therapy LiteCure Laser is an FDA-cleared deep penetrating light that allows relief of pain through the release of endorphines and stimulates the injured cells to heal at a faster rate.
Laser Therapy is effective in treating acute pain, chronic conditions, and post-operative pain. Treatments are unique to each patient and condition. When choosing treatment options with your veterinarian, LiteCure may be an alternative to or used in companion treatment with pharmaceuticals. It can provide immediate results without dangerous side effects.
Any condition that causes swelling and pain can be treated with laser. Most treatments take from 3-30 minutes, and are frequently conducted in conjunction with other forms of rehabilitation therapy.
Acute Conditions: Wounds, Skin ad Ear Infections, Hot Spots, Lick Granulomas, Cuts and Bites, Inflammations, Tooth Extraction Pain Relief, Sprains, Strains & Fractures, Post-Surgical Healing & Pain Relief.
Chronic Conditions: Degenerative Joint Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Periodontal Disease, Lick Granulomas,Geriatric Care, Hip Dysplasia, Feline Acne, Tendonitis, Arthritis, Otitis, and more!
What will my pet feel? Patients do not need to be sedated or restrained, and your pet will likely not feel the laser treatment. Human patients will often say they feel a pleasant tingling at the treatment site, but laser therapy causes mild warmth without burning. Soon after the first treatment, your pet may move with less pain or have a more relaxed stride and better range of motion. A series of treatments will be necessary, but the healing process begins right away. As a noninvasive treatment with no side effects, laser therapy is ideal for treating post operative patients, and can be used to treat long-term, degenerative conditions instead of or along with pharmaceuticals.
Laser therapy can make all the difference in the world for your best friends suffering from any number of conditions. For these pets, laser therapy at Madison Veterinary Hospital can mean living in comfort instead of learning to handle the pain.