Boost performance and treat muscle soreness

Pet Light Therapy has Remarkable Benefits for Painful Muscles

Whether your cat or dog has sustained a muscle injury or is simply getting older and less mobile, pet light treatment is a viable alternative to drugs and physiotherapy. Thanks to the energy pumped into the muscles' cells by the light source, post-trauma cell regeneration can occur, which eases pain and speeds up the healing process.

Light Therapy for Dogs and Cats with Muscle Injuries

Low level light therapy (LLLT) is beneficial here, as it stimulates the cells' healing abilities and treats the source of the injury. Animal laser therapy can be used as a stand-alone treatment or alongside more conventional therapies such as pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory drugs, surgery, or injury rehabilitation.

Light Treatment for Dogs and Cats that are Elderly

It's heartbreaking to see your once-active pet struggling to move around. The loss of mobility is distressing for your pet too. But light therapy can help relieve and revive stiff, aching muscles and boost your pet's performance to help them stay active for as long as possible.

Canine and Feline Light Therapy as a Home Treatment

Light therapy is safe to perform in the comfort of your own home, which benefits pets that are nervous or dislike visiting the vet. PetThera is a home-use LLLT device that allows you to treat your own pet with laser light therapy. PetThera has a number of advantages:

  • You won't have to struggle to administer drugs to your pet

  • You won't worry that your pet has received an incorrect dose

  • You'll avoid the cost - and the worry - that comes with surgery

  • You can tailor laser light therapy to suit your pet's needs

  • You can use PetThera with other treatments if necessary

As a reusable device, PetThera is a worthwhile investment for any pet owner and a treatment that can be administered as required throughout the animal's lifetime.

Kristine Marzolf