How the Companion Laser works
Faust is now offering the latest technology in health care for your pet. The FDA approved, deep-penetrating light allows relief of pain through the release of endorphins and helps healed injured cells to promote faster healing time. In simple terms, your pet feels better with a non-invasive treatment that encourages healing without the use of medication.
How will Companion Laser Therapy help my pet?
The Companion Laser allows your pet to heal faster after surgery or after they have suffered a traumatic injury. It eases pain and improves mobility without the use of medications and surgery. Of course, there are those cases that will be supported with the use of medications, but with continued use, the need for oral medications should be greatly reduced if not discontinued completely. Laser therapy also provides your senior pet relief of aches and pain and allows for more freedom and improved quality of life. Who wouldn't want to relieve some of the discomforts of their furry family member who is suffering from chronic pain due to Osteoarthritis? We are seeing amazing results and we want you to come in and see for yourself. Everyday disorders such as lick granulomas and chronic ear infections, that cause severe pain and discomfort are instantaneously relieved.
The conditions that benefit from the Companion Laser
There is a LONG list of conditions we are can treat with the Cold Laser, but some of the most common are pain relief, wound healing, arthritic conditions, disc disease, dermatitis, post-surgical pain relief, degenerative joint disease, lick granulomas, wound care, skin conditions, periodontal disease, gingivitis, otitis (ear infections) and much, much more.
We want you as the pet owner to participate in the treatment of your pet, we encourage you to sit on sessions. You are able to see the immediate relief and sense of relaxation your pet feels as we administer treatment. Each session lasts between 3-6 minutes but can be longer depending on what condition is being treated.
Please watch the video below to give you a better idea of what Laser treatment is all about.