All Pets Veterinary Medical Center Pain Management and Laser Therapy

Pain management is an important aspect of your pet’s life and well-being. Improperly managed pain can result in irreversible emotional and physical trauma for your pet. As with humans, pain can be the result of multiple causes. All Pets Medical Is here to ensure that your pets receive the treatment they need, such as the treatments below.

Post-surgical laser therapy

Careful consideration must be made for pets undergoing surgery or painful procedures to ensure that the patient has a quick and comfortable recovery. As part of our commitment to your pet, All Pets Medical provides pain medication for pets undergoing certain surgical procedures. We offer a variety of effective treatment options to help make your pet's recovery as pain-free as possible:

  • Post-surgical laser therapy treatments reduce inflammation, decrease pain, and hasten healing of tissues
  • Sustained release injectable pain medication provides effective pain reduction for at least 3 days
  • Oral NSAIDS can be given daily to help reduce pain

Arthritis and Joint Pain

Joint disease and pain in pets can range from unnoticeable to debilitating and can cause lameness. The effect of arthritis on your pet’s quality of life is an important consideration for you and our vet to discuss in-person.

We offer several effective treatment options and counseling for your arthritic pet. When used in conjunction with one-another, these methods can effectively reduce the pain associated with pet aging.

Counseling in the following areas:

  • Weight Management
  • Exercise
  • Physical Therapy
  • Reduction in Painful Daily Activities

Treatment options available:

Injectable Osteoarthritis

Injectable osteoarthritis drugs works to stop joint degradation and in some cases help restore tissues

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a non-invasive and drug-free method to reduce inflammation of tissues and reduce pain.

Oral Medications and Supplements

  • Omega 3 fatty acids
  • Glucosamine and Chondroitin

Anti-inflammatory Drugs

  • Corticosteroids