Laser Therapy for Clinton Area Pets
What if you could—noninvasively—reduce pain and swelling in your pet and make his or her wounds heal faster? You can. It’s called laser therapy and we use it for:
- Inflammation reduction
- Pain management
- Faster wound healing
- Tissue repair and cell growth
- Vascular activity improvement
- Metabolic activity increases
- Trigger points and acupuncture points stimulation
- Scar tissue reduction
- Nerve function improvement
- Immune system improvement
What Is Laser Therapy and How Does It Work?
Laser therapy uses light to accelerate the natural healing processes in your pet’s body. A small handheld device emits a laser beam and is moved over the skin. Photons from the laser penetrate the tissue that requires healing.
When damaged or inflamed tissue is penetrated with light wavelength, a variety of biological effects occur. Mainly, cell respiration increases. In everyday terms, your cells breathe better, and that makes them grow and repair faster. When damaged nerves are penetrated with light wavelength, they transmit fewer pain signals to the brain.
Faster healing. Less pain. That’s a treatment result we want for all Connecticut shoreline pets.
“We think you guys are great!!! We are new puppy owners and have not had a dog before and are real novices. All of you — docs, technicians, front desk personnel — have been so patient and accommodating with us as we get used to Puff being a member of our family. It is really helpful and reassuring to know that you guys are there for Puff and us.”
“We just love Dr. Price! Her kind and calm demeanor immediately puts our Sophie at ease. She is a genuine “dog whisperer” and a valuable resource in maintaining our dog’s health.”
“Looking for the very best in veterinary care look no further; Clinton Veterinary Hospital offers the ultimate in veterinary expertise and a true love and compassion for every pet that comes through the door. They are a very caring group of people.”
“Have been going to the Clinton Veterinary Hospital for decades. Literally. They are knowledgeable, and treat you and your pet with respect and consideration.”
“I’ve been going to Clinton Vet for years now. Many cats have come and gone. Good times and bad. The staff there is so caring!!!!! Drs. The Best!!!!!!! Now, if only my own Dr. could be so caring!”
“I have been visiting the Clinton Veterinary Hospital for many years. I am happy to say that I’m always very happy. Dr Price is our vet and my husband and I are very happy with her. She takes the time and is patient with our pets. It means a lot to us. Thank you for being there for us.”
“For my little girl Jessie to be so excited when we arrive to go see the Doc or Tech is remarkable! Thank you for all your consideration and the pleasant atmosphere.”
“Dr Ciok is always friendly, helpful , knowledgeable and unhurried in the time he spends with us. We're very happy that he and Dr Price found CVH and stayed there.”
“Dr. Price and Dr. Ciok are wonderful Vets with broad knowledge, and genuine love and concern for our 2 cats. When both cats faced critical procedures and treatments they shared direct contact information should there be an urgent need.”
“In my 60 years of owning pets, I have never had such knowledgeable, up-to-date, compassionate, caring veterinarians. Our current four animals are receiving excellent care. I wouldn't go anywhere else!”
We Are Here for You, We Want to Hear From You:
Clinton Veterinary Hospital welcomes your calls and your face-to-face visits. We want you to be informed before, during, and after any interaction with us.
Clinton Veterinary Hospital
- Call us today:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
(Appointments begin at 8:30 a.m.)
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
(Appointments begin at 9 a.m.)
After Hours Emergencies
Clinton Veterinary Hospital sees emergencies Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. For emergencies during all other hours, please contact one of the facilities below: