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Laser Therapy Clinics

Laser therapy is a ground-breaking new treatment that actually stimulates the body’s own healing.  The team at The Mobile Vets are very excited to be the first Island vets to offer this exclusive new service.  It has previously only been available from vets in America.

It helps treat a wide range of conditions including arthritis, chronic joint inflammation and stiffness.  We routinely use the laser treatment to facilitate wound healing after surgery, reduction of scar tissue, anal gland inflammation and to reduce the risk of infection after dental operations. It is very effective in general pain management.

The painless laser light promotes increased circulation by drawing oxygen and nutrients to the treated area, promoting the acceleration of the healing process to reduce swelling and pain. The treated area returns to normal, pain is relieved and mobility is restored. 

Many dogs enjoy the laser therapy as it’s pain free, no sedation is required and each session lasts only 15 minutes. 

Our results have been tremendous with many dogs being able to walk and exercise happily without solely relying on drugs to control pain after treatment.  

We have an exclusive introductory price of £150 for a three week treatment plan (lasting 6 sessions).


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       One of our nurses Cath performing laser treatment after a laparoscropic spay operation 


“I would highly recommend laser treatment to anyone as we are impressed with the results and are now enjoying short walks and seeing Tilly happy and stable after 5 years of trying to find a treatment to help her condition. I only wish we would have found this sooner!”    

Ms Shawcross & Tilly (6 yr old dog)


“Our dog Kizzy, has recently had laser treatment for her aches and pains. The difference with the laser treatment is phenomenal. She had no need for the pain killers anymore. She is stretching out her legs and running around like she hasn’t done for a couple of years.”    

Ms Wanda & Kizzy (8 yr old dog)


Here is a list of the most common questions asked by pet owners about laser therapy.

What does class IV laser therapy mean?

Class IV is the rating of the laser device used to deliver the treatment. All K-LASER devices are class IV, this is the most powerful class of laser for therapeutic use. More power means higher doses of light energy can be delivered more quickly.

Will it hurt my pet?

Most patients sense a mild, soothing warmth over the treated area. Areas of pain or inflammation may be briefly sensitive after treatment before improvement is experienced.

How long will a treatment session take?

It depends upon the size of the area being treated and the specific condition but typically sessions are 8 minutes in length or less. If your pet has multiple conditions your session may need to be longer.

How many sessions will my pet need before results are felt?

This depends on the nature of the condition being treated. Often improvement can be seen after the first visit, however laser therapy treatment is cumulative in nature so for most conditions patients will require several repeat treatments for greatest benefit.

Can laser therapy be used in conjunction with other forms of treatment?

Laser therapy can be used in combination with other forms of therapy, including prescription drugs and dietary supplements.

Has laser therapy been scientifically proven to be effective?

Hundreds of published clinical papers have demonstrated the effectiveness of laser therapy. Laser therapy is one of the fastest growing therapeutic treatments for both humans and animals for a wide range of conditions.

If you have any further questions or queries, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01983 212999 to speak with one of the team.