Let Dr. Jennifer Corwin and Dr. Emily Weier Assist Your Pet with Laser Therapy
When it comes time to locate the best West Richland veterinarian for your pet laser therapy needs, Dr. Jennifer Corwin and Dr. Emily Weier are here to help. No dog owner wants their animal to suffer. Securing the proper quality of life is very important. Pets who receive laser therapy are able to overcome a wide range of issues and this procedure can extend the animal's lifespan and improve their quality of life.
There is no shortage of animals who will respond positively to laser therapy. If the animal is experiencing pain or inflammation, laser therapy can be very helpful. The procedure promotes increased healing for the pet and ensures their continued comfort over the long haul.
At Paws, Claws and Hooves, we know how difficult it can be to watch your animal suffer. No pet owner ever wants to see their four-legged friend in pain. That's why it is important to keep all options open, from a veterinary standpoint. West Richland pet owners rely on laser therapy as a means of stimulating their animal's internal cellular energy process.
Is Pet Laser Therapy Challenging for My Animal?
The injured cells are repaired by a device that sends non-thermal photons to the body for a period of three to eight minutes. Once the cells have had the chance to absorb the photons, their metabolism increases. The animal experiences a decrease in pain and an increase in circulation. Usually pets are relaxed and seem to enjoy the procedure.
The procedure is designed to be as painless as possible, providing immediate relief for the pet. As the animal begins to experience immediate pain relief, their anxieties are eased and they will feel a great sense of calm.
What Ailments Are Treated by a Pet Laser Therapy Veterinarian?
Ear infections, fractures, wounds, abrasions, skin conditions, post-surgical pain, joint conditions and general discomfort can be treated by Dr. Jennifer Corwin and Dr. Emily Weier. Whether the pet is experiencing arthritis, stiffness, declawing, dental procedures, hot spots, infections or lesions, there is a form of therapy that is designed to help.
Contact Us for an Appointment Today
If you would like to learn more about how we can assist your pet today, please be sure to contact our team for an appointment. We would be happy to answer all of our questions, so that you can find out everything that you need to know about all of the ways that Paws, Claws and Hooves laser therapy can help pets in the West Richland region. Our care is always customized to meet the needs of your specific pet.