Pet Laser Therapy

Alternative Veterinary Medicine

Hello, this is Dr. Greer and Annie. Like you, we think of our pets as family. That’s why it can be so difficult to see them in pain or being given a poor prognosis. We are here to give you hope and to deter you from giving up. We have helped hundreds of pets like yours, suffering from back pain, osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, disc disease, and many pet-related problems. When you visit us, your pet will be carefully evaluated to ensure we are offering the most suitable therapy for pet’s challenges. Below are some of the therapies available at our clinics.

Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation

The goal of VOM is to treat neuronal subluxations. These are functional defects of vertebral joints that can cause secondary neurologic signs or pain that might not show up on radiographs. It has been used extensively for the following:

VOM is effective in many species of pets..dogs, cats, horses…even snakes!

Cold Laser or Low Level Specific Frequency Laser

Low level frequency specific laser therapy is a medical technique that relies on light emitting diodes to stimulate or inhibit cellular function that leads to beneficial clinical applications. CLT has applied to soft tissue injury, organ disease,chronic pain, wound healing and nerve regeneration.

The technique also has anti inflammatory effects but please research thoroughly. We are the leaders of this procedure in Central Florida and have had over 1000 hours continuing education. Experience counts, so does the type of laser. The Erchonia laser used in our practice is the safest on the market that is effective in the above cases.

Pulsed Signal Therapy

Pulsed Signal Therapy (PST) is a unique therapy developed to treat patients with osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia, degenerative joint disease, sports injuries and generalized back pain.

Used since 1998 in our practice, this is the ONLY non-invasive therapy patented to promote new bone and cartilage growth. Benefits include relief and reduction of pain and swelling, improved mobility and overall activity.

A must for any dog suffering from arthritis.It started 8 years ago with a need to find help for a beloved pet... today we continue to use non invasive, non-surgical therapies to allow pets to heal and regain a good quality of life. These practices are used alongside physical rehabilitation to continue to strengthen and heal your pet’s muscular and skeletal system.

River Oaks Animal Hospital
Phone: 407-774-1515
Pet Care Center of Apopka
Phone: 407-884-8924
East Lake Animal Clinic
Phone: 352-735-2882