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Pawsitive Strides
Physical Rehabilitation & Conditioning for Dogs

Bailey is receiving a laser treatment for pain associated with arthritis. Laser therapy is non painful and does not act in a thermal manner so there is no risk of burn or tissue compromise.

Low Level Laser Therapy:

  • Accelerate Healing
  • Decrease Inflammation
  • Decrease Pain
  • Improve Nerve Function

Indications for Use:

  • Non-healing wounds (burns, lacerations, incisions)
  • Arthritis
  • Nerve/Spinal Cord injury
  • Swelling/Edema
  • Soft Tissue injury (muscle strains, muscle spasms, sprains)
  • Chronic intervetebral disc disease (IVDD)
  • Post Operative orthopedic surgery
  • Acupuncture Points

The photos below are of a dog who sustained a severe infection likely due to a cat bite. The photos were taken approximately 3 weeks apart. The patient was on systemic antibiotics and was also receiving Laser Therapy 2-3 times weekly to accelerate healing and decrease pain.