Class 4 Laser for Animals

What is Class 4 Laser?​

A Class 4 laser is a therapeutic tool used for treating animals that offers:

  • Deep tissue penetration: Higher power output allows for treatment of deeper structures, such as muscles, tendons, and joints.

  • Faster treatment times: Increased energy delivery enables shorter therapy sessions while maintaining effectiveness.

  • Pain relief: Reduces inflammation and stimulates endorphins to provide pain relief for acute and chronic conditions.

  • Accelerated healing: Promotes cellular repair and regeneration, leading to faster recovery times.

  • Non-invasive treatment: Safe, painless, and drug-free therapy option suitable for various conditions and injuries.

At RehabVet Clinic, we utilise Class 4 lasers to provide effective, state-of-the-art care for your beloved pets.

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What specific conditions can a class 4 laser treat in animals?


Class 4 lasers can treat various conditions in animals, including:

  • Arthritis: Reducing inflammation and pain in affected joints.

  • Soft tissue injuries: Accelerating healing of sprains, strains, and muscle tears.

  • Tendonitis: Alleviating pain and inflammation in tendons.

  • Wound healing: Promoting faster recovery in surgical incisions, cuts, and abrasions.

  • Post-operative care: Enhancing healing and reducing pain after orthopaedic or soft tissue surgeries.

  • Nerve injuries: Supporting nerve regeneration and reducing associated discomfort.

  • Skin conditions: Treating issues such as hot spots, lick granulomas, and dermatitis.

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Does a class 4 laser provide long-term benefits for animals?

 A Class 4 laser can provide long-term benefits for animals, including:
  • Lasting pain relief: Alleviating chronic pain by reducing inflammation and promoting endorphin release.

  • Enhanced mobility: Improving joint function and flexibility through ongoing treatments.

  • Sustained healing: Accelerating tissue repair and regeneration, leading to long-term recovery.

  • Reduced reliance on medication: Potentially decreasing the need for painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs.

  • Preventive care: Regular laser treatments can help manage chronic conditions, reducing the risk of complications.

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How long does a class 4 laser treatment typically take?

Class 4 laser treatment duration typically depends on factors such as the condition being treated and the size of the treatment area. However, some general points include:

  • Faster treatment times: Due to the higher power output, Class 4 laser therapy sessions are generally quicker than those using lower-powered lasers.

  • Varying durations: Treatment sessions may range from 5 to 20 minutes, depending on the complexity and severity of the condition.

  • Ongoing therapy: Multiple treatment sessions are often required, with a frequency determined by the pet’s individual needs and progress.

At RehabVet Clinic, our therapists tailor each laser therapy session to provide optimal care for your pets.

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