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 old pets feel young again"

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Dog Laser Therapy in Brisbane & Gold Coast

At Balance Veterinary Care we are currently using a SpectraVet Class 3B for laser treatment of cats and dogs. We can reach up to four centimetres deep with this laser to treat superficial and deep tissue problems in cats, and small and large dogs. Laser treatment now has an increasing amount of research to support its effectiveness in musculoskeletal conditions.

Laser treatment can alter the level of pain messengers by having an effect of the mitochodria of the cells.

Laser has been shown to

- Reduce pain

- Reduce inflammation

- Increase micro circulation to help in wound healing

Daily treatment is also now affordable with our Class 1 Laser hire program program. Drop us a line to arrange Laser hire.

Laser Therapy should be considered for the following conditions. (click on the condition for more information).

Intervertabral disc disease          Hip Dysplasia                         Elbow Dysplasia


Dog Cruciate Ligament Tear                      Degenerative Myelopathy   


Medial Shoulder Instability 


Osteoarthritis                                Pain                                        Cervical Vertabral Instability                                                

Brachial Plexus Injury                  Shoulder OCD                       Tendinopathy


Iliopsoas Strain                              Sesamoiditis

Some of the studies which look at the benefits of laser therapy are outlined below:

Low‐level laser therapy reduces time to ambulation in dogs after hemilaminectomy: a preliminary study W.E. Draper et al

The effect of low-level laser in knee osteoarthritis: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Hegedus B et al

Preoperative low level laser therapy in dogs undergoing tibial plateau levelling osteotomy: A blinded, prospective, randomized clinical trial Cleo P. Rogatko

Retrospective Analysis of Two Different Doses of Photobiomodulation Combined with Rehabilitation Therapy as a Therapeutic Protocol for Canine Degenerative Myelopathy Lisa A. Miller et al

Low Level Laser Treatment of Tendinopathy: A Systematic Review with Meta-analysis Steve Tumilty et al

Effects of low power laser irradiation on bone healing in animals: a meta-analysis​ Siamak Bashardoust Tajali et al

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