Laser Therapy

At Companion Animal Hospital Lake Zurich, we offer non-invasive laser therapy treatment for dogs and cats. This surgery-free, drug-free, and non-invasive treatment is designed to help reduce pain, inflammation, and speed up the healing process.

Pet Laser Therapy is a cutting-edge technology that uses a beam of laser light to deeply penetrate tissue without causing damage. The laser energy stimulates the cells’ biological response, which results in reduced pain, reduced inflammation, and increased healing speed. Our doctors have chosen Companion Therapy Laser, which is the most effective laser in the veterinary market today, to offer our patients the best, most advanced care.

Laser therapy is an excellent option for pets experiencing chronic or acute pain due to many different conditions. Whether your furry friend is suffering from arthritis, hip dysplasia, lick granulomas, periodontal disease, inflammatory bowel disease, or another chronic condition, laser therapy may be the solution they need. It can also be used to treat acute conditions like cuts, bites, inflammations, and infections.

At Companion Animal Hospital Lake Zurich, we use laser therapy to provide effective pain relief and accelerated healing without the need for surgery or drugs. Our experienced veterinary staff is specially trained to administer laser therapy treatments safely and comfortably for your pet.

We’ve seen great success with our laser therapy treatments, and we’re confident your furry friend will too. Laser therapy can help your pet feel better faster, so they can get back to their happy, healthy selves in no time.

If you think your pet could benefit from our laser therapy treatments, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team is here to answer any questions you may have and to help you schedule an appointment. We look forward to helping your furry friend feel better soon!

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What's Next

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    Call us or schedule an appointment online.

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    Meet with a doctor for an initial exam.

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    Put a plan together for your pet.

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