We have "state of the art" technology and training in laser therapy and surgery, provided for your pet at very affordable rates.
"Class IV laser therapy has emerged as the fastest growing technology in veterinary medicine."
"... laser therapy: the most powerful, non-invasive technique for addressing acute and chronic pain, inflammation and wound healing."
"Laser Therapy provides a noninvasive, drug free, and safe treatment modality for a wide variety of common conditions."
"Successful treatment with Class IV therapy lasers depends on good technique and a good understanding of the parameters involved in treatment recommendations."
"Class IV therapy lasers have a positive impact on patient care in a diversity of applications."
from "Light years ahead - Class IV Laser Therapy Symposium" CVC Kansas City 2013
For the most effective laser therapy you must have the correct technology and a thorough education.
Although there are some other Class IV Laser Therapy machines in Australia, Dr Mark is the first American Institute of Medical Laser Applications (AIMLA) trained veterinarian in Australia.
I am dedicating a tab and pages specifically to the topic of veterinary laser therapy. This is a relatively new treatment being offered here in Australia. Whilst the use of laser is widespread in the northern hemisphere, in Australia most vets, let alone their clients, are unaware of the benefits of laser therapy.
On these pages I will outline some case studies as they progress, so you can follow these cases. Laser therapy will not work on every case that is for sure, but it does offer a legitimate non-invasive alternative treatment option for many conditions. This may be for treating cases unresponsive to other treatments, as a completely alternative approach to conventional medicine, or may be used in association with conventional medicine to attain a more complete recovery. The treatment is very affordable starting from as little as $55 for a single treatment.
If you are not a client of ours here at the Bellingen Veterinary Hospital, you are more than welcome to come if for laser treatment of your pet. If you live too far away to come in, then I would encourage you to ask your own vet to contact me (Dr Mark Crane) to discuss the benefits of laser therapy. I am so impressed with the laser unit I have acquired for my own practice, I have become the sole distributor for the lasers in Australia. So one way or another I can help you access laser therapy for your pet.