Veterinary clinics in Mouriés
& Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

The latest
generation laser

In 2019, the VetosAlpilles clinics, which aim to be at the forefront of equipment and current technology in order to optimise their treatments, will be equipped with the latest generation therapeutic laser: the K-laser Cube 4

 
Laser therapy is a non-invasive therapeutic tool that can be used to treat chronic or acute pain conditions, thus improving pain management and the well-being of your pets.

Laser therapy uses infrared light to penetrate tissue and act on cells to improve their regeneration processes. This creates an optimal healing environment which reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle contractures, pain and optimises healing. And, as a result, improves your pet's daily life.
 

This new pain-free, drug-free and non-invasive care technique has proven itself in human and veterinary medicine.

 
 
 

Technique

Treatments last from 3 to 6 minutes per site and do not require anaesthesia.

 
 
Your pet will feel very comfortable as the K-laser Vet produces soothing heat on the body.

For chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis, it takes 5 to 6 treatments to achieve a big significant improvement in your pet's condition. Afterwards, monthly booster treatments are necessary to keep the pain at its lowest level and to improve mobility.
 
 
 
 

Rates

Session 1 area to be treated : 39 euros
Session 2 areas to be treated : 42 euros
Session 3 areas to be treated : 45 euros
Lumbosacral acupuncture 15 euros
Wound care session 16 euros
 
 

The therapeutic laser

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory, anti-edema, analgesic and bio-stimulant effects, laser utilisation is particularly indicated for the treatment of many pathologies that affect pets.

 
 
 
To find out more about laser therapy :

http://www.vetokinesis.fr/article-interet-d-un-laser-therapeutique-dans-la-prise-en-charge-des-affections-douloureuses-et-inflammatoir-123888988.html

https://www.fregis.com/infos-sante/therapie-laser-chez-chien-chat/

Do not hesitate to contact us and talk about it with your attending veterinarian or with the veterinary assistants.