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Laser Therapy

This procedure is non-invasive, facilitates faster healing, and reduces scarring.

Laser Therapy Could Ease Your Pet’s Pain

No one wants to see their beloved pet in pain. Sadly, companion animals can suffer from a wide range of painful conditions. From degenerative diseases and congenital disorders to surgeries and injuries, dogs and cats experience pain for many reasons. Fortunately, relief is possible. Laser therapy provides much-needed relief for many patients, and unlike many medications, it does not carry a risk of potentially serious side effects. At Southampton Pet Hospital, we provide laser therapy for pets in Benicia, Vallejo, Martinez, and the surrounding areas, and we’d love to have your pet as a patient.
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What Is Laser Therapy?

Unlike the cutting lasers sometimes used in surgery, the class IV lasers used for therapeutic purposes do not cause tissue damage. During treatment, we use a hand-held device to deliver concentrated beams of light to the affected area of the patient’s body. This causes gentle warming that soothes pain and reduces inflammation. It also triggers the body’s healing natural healing processes and aids in recovery.

We use laser therapy to treat several issues, including:
  • Arthritis
  • Fractures
  • Ear infections
  • Strains and sprains
  • Surgical wounds
  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis
  • Gingivitis
  • Periodontitis
  • Hip dysplasia
…and more! If your pet is in pain or has a slow-healing wound, laser therapy could be the solution.

Pet Laser Therapy in Benicia

For pet laser therapy in Benicia, trust the veterinarians right here at Southampton Pet Hospital. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or request additional information about this incredible treatment modality.

Pet Laser Therapy in Benicia

For pet laser therapy in Benicia, trust the veterinarians right here at Southampton Pet Hospital. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or request additional information about this incredible treatment modality.
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