Laser Therapy for Cats
in Miami Dade & Surrounding Counties
- Laser Therapy Can Be Used to Treat Your Cat for Many Types of Conditions and Can Treat Any Type of Pain.
- Laser Therapy Is Safe, Non-Invasive, and Non-Surgical.
- Cat Laser Therapy Uses a Penetrating Light That Will Stimulate and Accelerate Your Pet’s Self-Healing Ability.
What is Veterinary Laser Therapy?
Veterinary laser therapy has gained popularity in recent years as we learn more about its amazing benefits. Laser treatment can be used in place of medication or in tandem with medications to help manage your cat’s pain, inflammation, or wound healing. During treatment, a handheld laser is slowly moved back and forth over the area being treated.
This produces a warm, pleasant sensation that your cat will probably enjoy and find relaxing. A treatment session lasts about 15-30 minutes. The number of sessions will depend on your cat’s specific needs, and we will discuss this with you before treatment.
Is Laser Therapy Dangerous for My Cat?
Laser therapy is very safe if performed correctly by a trained professional. Your cat and our team will wear protective goggles during treatment to protect our eyes. (You won’t believe how adorable your kitty will look in goggles!) Veterinary laser therapy has no known side effects. It is completely non-invasive and has no recovery time.
Do You Need to Shave My Cat’s Fur?
Your kitty will not need any of their beautiful fur clipped for laser treatments.
What Can Be Treated With Cat Laser Therapy?
Laser therapy can treat any type of pain. In addition to speeding up healing, it can also improve nerve function and even increase metabolism. Some specific conditions we recommend laser therapy for are:
- Arthritis or other chronic pain
- Healing of surgical incisions
- Injuries to tendons and ligaments
- Traumatic injuries
- And much more!
Veterinary laser therapy is particularly useful for treating pain in cats as few pain-control medications are approved for our feline family members.
How Do We Get in Touch?
The cat-focused professionals at Meows & Purrs Feline Hospital are looking forward to hearing from you. We are here to answer any questions you may have or schedule an appointment for your kitty. The best part is that, when you’re ready, WE WILL COME TO YOU! This is less stressful for your pet and saves time for your family. Just give our friendly, cat-loving team a call today at (305) 515-MEOW We are here to help!