Cold Laser Therapy for Pain Relief and Rehabilitation

Cold laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation.   Cold Laser Therapy paired with Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM) and Acupuncture are the heart of Dr. Todd’s practice. Combined these treatments improve health and achieve optimum performance while providing compassionate and gentle care.

  • Cold Laser includes red, violet and infrared light that penetrates just below the skin surface to stimulate damaged cells and generates ATP (adenosine triphosphate) in the mitochondria in cells (a physiological reaction) that promotes regeneration.

  • Different wavelengths and outputs of cold laser light are applied directly to a targeted area to promote regeneration of cellular and muscle tissue damage.

  • We use Frequency Specific Veterinary Low Level Laser Therapy technology which has exact frequencies directed to healing specific tissue of the body with Erchonia(t) Lasers.

  • Can be used to treat several conditions from arthritis, tendon or soft tissue injuries and promotes wound healing.

  • Treatments can be performed in the comfort of your own home.

  • Treatments are generally once to twice a week, depending on type of injury, for 3 weeks and then the case is reassessed.

Jill Todd, DVM Cold Laser Therapy for Dogs, Cats, and Horses

Veterinary Cold Laser Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions About Cold Laser Therapy

Jill Todd, DVM, is committed to stays on top of the latest advances in noninvasive and painless animal care technology and techniques for the care and longevity of your pet.

Cold laser therapy can treat acute and chronic injuries, sprains and strains, arthritis, inflammation and back problems, and muscular-skeletal abnormalities. It also helps to regenerate nerve tissue after surgery. Cold laser therapy can be used in healing, pain control and trigger point therapy on most pets.

Most animals will find cold laser therapy relaxing and tend to enjoy the treatment.  Jill has provided treatments to an range of pets including dogs, cats , horses and small animals.

No.  Sessions are available individually or can be packaged as a bundle once your pet has been evaluated.

A session can take 20-30 minutes, depending on the patient and the area being treated.

No.  Cold laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation.  Cold laser therapy does not produce heat and treats the surface of the skin compared to hot laser treatments that have a greater risk of causing harm due to the intensity and heat of the laser beams.

Yes. Cold laser therapy help with arthritis, relieves pain and inflammation and promotes lymphatic drainage.

Yes. Cold laser therapy is FDA approved for temporary relief of pain. It is a noninvasive and painless treatment with no serious side effects have been reported. Cold laser therapy has been proven effective in stimulating cell regeneration and increasing blood circulation in order to accelerate healing and relief from pain, such as arthritis in animals.

The cost of laser therapy is $50 per session with a discount on packages purchased of 10 or more sessions. The number of sessions is dependent upon the severity and nature of the injury. Some animals may require a couple of sessions a week to start, with frequency declining as treatment progresses. Treatment can go on for several weeks.

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Pet owners trust us to look after the needs of their beloved companions. Dr. Todd is committed to delivering the very highest of veterinary care and affection.