Pet Laser Therapy

At The Melrose Vet, we treat your pet’s pain, arthritis, medical conditions, and injuries with safe laser therapy.

The Advantage of our pet's laser therapy

The Pet’s Laser therapy is a surgery-free treatment that has been used in veterinary medicine for decades, and At The Melrose Vet, we are pleased to be one of the practices in Los Angeles to offer a fully integrated therapy laser. This FDA-approved treatment modality has been clinically proven to be effective in treating many health conditions in dogs, cats, and other animals.

The Low-Level Laser Therapy technology help treats a variety of both chronic and acute medical conditions, which result in:

  • Pain Reduction
  • Inflammation Reduction
  • Faster Healing
  • Swelling Reduction
  • Increased Mobility
  • Cells Regeneration
What Conditions Does Pet Laser Therapy Treat?

With new and innovative technologies, human and pet therapies have taken a new direction in providing the highest level of care and the most precise technologies. Veterinary laser surgery is one of these new and innovative techniques and gives a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, and drug-free form of treatment that is used to treat a variety of conditions, and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatments.

Is laser therapy safe for dogs?

Here at The Melrose Vet in Los Angeles, we use doctorVet Therapy Laser to treat a condition of all ages of dogs and cats. The most common conditions we use laser therapy for are:

  • Hip Dysplasia (Arthritis)
  • Back Pain, IVDD, Disc, and Arthritis
  • Chronic Otitis and Ear Infection
  • ACL Tear, CCL Tear, and Knee Pain
  • Elbow Osteoarthritis
  • Gingivitis, Periodontitis, and Stomatitis
  • Wounds and burns
  • Sprains and strains
Benefits of Laser Therapy for Dogs

Laser therapy works positively for many dogs with health issues. At the Melrose Vet, we use laser therapy to treat dogs with arthritis, ear infections, back pain, skin disorder, and cellulitis. Also, laser therapy for dogs can help with the following conditions:

  • Surgical wound healing
  • Speeding the recovery of infections
  • Traumatic wound healing
  • Improving the metabolism of specific tissues
  • Easing the formation of scar tissue
  • Enhancing nerve function and nerve regeneration
  • Releasing of painful trigger points
How Many Laser Therapies Will Your Dog Need?

Your dog laser therapy treatments vary depending on the type of laser used, and the disease being treated Typically, two to three times per week for two to three weeks, and then reduce the frequency depending on the outcome.


The Melrose Vet


8304 Melrose Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90069