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We are very concerned about pain management in pets. In keeping with this theme in our clinic, we have added the latest technology for joint and soft tissue pain problems, the Companion Therapy Laser. This Laser reduces swelling in joints and soft tissues which dramatically reduces pain caused by the pressure. Treatments last 3 to 6 minutes per site and require no anesthesia. Your pet will be very comfortable as this laser produces only slight warmth in the inflamed tissue. Laser Therapy for chronic conditions can require multiple (6 to 12) treatments to get your pet to a very comfortable situation. Maintenance treatments are then required every 3 to 8 weeks afterwards to maintain the reduced pain and/or mobility.
If your pet is currently on a drug to reduce swelling and/or pain medication we wanted you to know of this therapy. This treatment may reduce or eliminate the need for injections or oral medications.
Has your pet shown an intolerance to the drug or has your pet shown incomplete pain reduction? Then your pet is a candidate for this therapy. Please call one of our staff, or talk to one of our veterinarians about this technology.
To learn more visit this website, www.paininthepast.com
This technology has had FDA clearance for over 9 years.and is used in Chiropractic Offices,Pain Management Clinics,Sports Medicine Programs,Therapy and Rehabilitation Clinics, Professional Sports Teams,and Veterinary Clinics.
Companion Therapy Laser received the Good Morning America Award as the BEST Veterinary Product of 2009.
To learn learn visit this website: www.paininthepast.com
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call my office. Sincerely,
Dr. Kristan Gutowski