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Posted on 06-02-2013
Laser photobiostimulation provides a noninvasive, non-pharmacological way to initiate physiological and biological healing of tissues and pain relief. Laser photobiostimulation stimulates the animal's body to heal itself. Schedule a visit today, or ask about it at your next visit.
Laser photobiostimulation provides pain relief in surgical patients, acutely injured patients, disk herniation, and arthritic patients. Laser photobiostimulation helps in wound healing such as a "hot spot", fractured bones, surgical wounds, burns, degloving injuries, perineal fistula, and lick granuloma. This is a short list of the types of injuries and conditions that Laser photobiostimulation can treat, heal or repair.
Schedule a visit today, or ask about it at your next visit.
Dr.'s Meridian Veterinary Clinic and Hospital
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