Laser Therapy

Merging ancient healing methods with the top of today's modern equipment.
















"Our approach considers the best of Chinese healing art with top of the line Western technique and equipment."

Background & History

The instrument used to provide to this therapy is a low-level laser, this means that the energy emitted by the diodes is of a lower intensity than high power lasers used to destroy organic tissue.


Because of this property, this type of laser stimulates the organic tissue along with cell functions.


Although the mechanism of healing organic tissue is not yet fully understood by the scientific community, it is believed that in fact the energy emitted by this type of low-level lasers interacts through a complex photochemical reaction with some specialized enzymes that belong to the structure of the cellular mitochondria.


These mitochondria are of immense importance for most living organisms on Earth, human and our animal friends included. They are in charge among other functions, to act as the powerhouse of cells by producing its energy by a process known as cellular respiration.


An important range of diseases has been attributed to the damage and related dysfunction of these cell components.

Mitochondria, cellular powerhouses.

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What it can do for your pet...

Low-level laser can be used to treat a myriad of conditions but within the realm of rehabilitation is used mainly on musculoskeletal injuries, soft tissue injuries (sprains and strains) and arthritis. It also helps to release tight muscles, stimulate nerve regeneration, reduce inflammation and aid in pain management.


  • Arthritic Pain.
  • Hip Pain.
  • Musculoskeletal Pain.
  • Myofascial Pain.
  • Stress.
  • Pain.
  • Bruising
  • Edema.
  • Hematomas.
  • Lesions.
  • Tendon, ligament injury and soreness.
  • Shoulder Pain.
  • Traumatic and overuse injuries.
  • Scar Tissue.
  • Etc.

Is laser therapy for your animal?

Laser therapy combined with TCVM in general can benefit all life stages (juvenile, adult, and senior) and a vast variety of conditions. Determining and resolving the underlying reasons for illnesses is one of the aspects of TCVM’s approach that can reduce the cumulative effect of chronic ailments.


Since most pets’ health problems are diagnosed once illness has become very advanced, it’s vital to strive to prevent dis- ease from occurring in the first place.


The preventive approach of TCVM takes into account the constitutional type of each patient, allowing the practitioner to treat conditions even before they manifest themselves.

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