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Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission Radiation (Laser) therapy is non-invasive and generates healing in damaged or dysfunctional tissues. It delivers specific wavelengths of laser light to produce therapeutic effects on different tissues in the body (tendons, ligaments, muscles) and creates an optimal healing environment which means they are repaired more quickly and to a better quality.

In veterinary physiotherapy, it is mainly used to relieve pain, reduce swelling, and increase soft tissue healing. It can be used for numerous acute and chronic conditions in all animals including horses, dogs, and cats. It is non-painful, and animals will often feel the warmth and become sleepy.

Common conditions that laser therapy treats includes:

  • Pain

  • Osteoarthritis and stiffness

  • Chronic muscle spasms and damage

  • Ligament and tendon conditions

  • Spinal cord and nerve conditions

  • Reduce inflammation and swelling

  • Bone and cartilage repair

  • Post-surgery rehabilitation

  • Immune and lymphatic system conditions

  • Wound healing

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Sophie will often use laser therapy as part of her physiotherapy sessions. For more information, please feel free to get in contact.

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