We are now proud to offer state-of-the-art laser therapy in our ever-growing scope of healing. Laser therapy is a proven method of relief for a range of conditions from arthritis to post-operative pain. Since bringing it on board in 2013, we are very pleased with the results we have seen in our patients' recovery.
Beneficial effects include, but are not limited to:
- Anti-inflammatory effect
- Analgesic effect
- Accelerated tissue repair and cell growth
- Improved vascular activity
- Increased metabolic activity
- Stimulation of trigger points and acupuncture points
- Reduced fibrous tissue formation
- Improved nerve function
- Faster wound healing
The potential to cut down or possibly eliminate long term pain medications is a wonderful advancement that makes your pet more comfortable, and ultimately cuts down long term cost and health risks. Give us a call today to set up a consultation and see what our laser therapy can do for your pet.
Digital radiology is one of the most important tools for the modern veterinarian. Being able to snap a picture of what's going on inside and have it show up on a high definition screen within seconds, greatly assists in the overall treatment of your pet.
X-rays are useful in examining your pet's bones, lungs, heart, abdomen, oral cavity and other areas. An X-ray can spot a fractured bone, detect cancerous tumors, diagnose heartworm disease or locate an obstruction or foreign body in your pet's stomach.
Animals have been known to swallow the strangest things! From socks to rocks to loose change, we have seen it all! Our doctors are on the case, and can quickly get an inside look at the condition of your loved-one. This assists in gathering the comprehensive information we need to provide the best care possible.
When your pet isn't well, you want quick diagnoses and effective treatment. In-house ultrasound, performed by our specially trained doctors and technicians, helps us provide answers without waiting for a mobile ultrasound company to come in. This allows our doctors to diagnose and treat your pet more efficiently.
It is particularly useful in visualizing your pet's abdominal organs, as well as other structures such as the thyroid, testicles, and mammary glands. It can also be used to evaluate heart structure and function. Ultrasound also works well in conjunction with other diagnostic tools and a wide range of diagnostic procedures.