How Does Pet Laser Therapy in Oklahoma City Help Relieve Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), a common condition found in cats and dogs, is caused due to the disturbance in the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract of pets that aids in digestion.
Some common symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease in pets include:
- Chronic intermittent vomiting
- Abdominal pain
- Weight loss
There are also many genetic factors and food allergies that significantly contribute to your pet suffering from inflammatory bowel disease.
Stoneridge Animal Hospital advises you to keep a close watch when your pet vomits or passes a stool. The condition often becomes a grave matter of concern when their vomit or fecal matter contains traces of blood.
With pet laser therapy in Oklahoma City, your four-legged companion experiences immense relief from such an acute condition.
Pain-Free and Non-Invasive Alternative
Pet laser therapy involves light energy directly penetrating the tissues located deep within your pet’s body. This laser procedure facilitates and expedites the healing of acute and chronic conditions - including IBD - causing discomfort to your pet pooch.
There is no surgery involved. The number of sessions suggested by us depends on the extent the disease has spread in your four-legged companion.
Pet Laser Therapy in Oklahoma City Improves Quality Of Life
When your pet endures discomfort, they are prone to self-destructive behaviors, hoping to ease their pain. Unfortunately, the latter is wishful thinking as the constant scratching and tugging your pet indulges in only worsens their condition.
Your furry pal can perform a range of activities without experiencing pain after undergoing the pet laser therapy in Oklahoma City at our hospital. They are more likely to enter into recovery mode faster than expected.
Our specialists equip you with protective eye shields as you hold your pet during the laser therapy. We consistently monitor your dog or cat's progress and revise the treatment on a need basis.
Request for an appointment today to provide your pet with relief from inflammatory bowel disease.