What Is LiteCure Laser Therapy?
We offer LiteCure laser therapy here at Forest Hill Animal Hospital in Germantown, TN. LiteCure is a therapeutic laser machine. With this machine, we can offer both dog and cat laser therapy. Laser therapy is completely safe because the machine only emits a low-level laser. This laser stimulates your pet's blood flow. The increased blood flow offers multiple health benefits with little to no risk to your pet's health. The treatment only takes about 10 minutes, and your pet will be able to resume normal activity immediately. Read on to learn more about the benefits that your pet may see from LiteCure laser therapy.
What Benefits Can Your Pet Get from Low-Level Laser Therapy?
Your dog or cat may benefit from low-level laser therapy. Unlike other treatments that can improve animal health, therapeutic laser treatment is pain-free, drug-free, and surgery-free. The treatment is totally sterile, so you don't have to worry about your pet getting an infection from the therapy. Laser therapy is often used for arthritis pain, which can be agonizing for an aging pet, whether it is an aging dog or an elderly cat. While laser therapy is most often used for arthritis, it can be effective for pain from other conditions as well.
Non-Invasive Treatment with Our Veterinarian in Germantown, TN
If your pet needs non-invasive treatment for arthritis or other conditions, bring them into Forest Hill Animal Hospital in Germantown, TN. We offer a full selection of treatments for your pet. From checkups to major surgeries, we can take care of all of your pet's health needs. All of our veterinarians and veterinary technicians are properly certified to ensure that your pet gets the best care possible. We also have state-of-the-art veterinary equipment (such as the LiteCure Medical Laser Therapy machine) so that your pet can benefit from all of the most recent benefits in veterinary medicine.
If you would like to make an appointment, you can contact us through our website. If you prefer, you can always call us to speak with one of our representatives. Not only can we help you make an appointment at a time that works for you, we can also answer any preliminary questions you may have. Contact our team to see how we can help your pet live the best life for them.