Is Your Dog In Pain? Red Light Therapy Can Be The Cure
Dogs hurt for various reasons and it can be frustrating for a pet owner when you can't figure out exactly what’s ailing them.
There's a solution that has been used for years and it's called Red Light Therapy but many people don’t know about it.
Red Light Therapy also called LLLT (Low Led Light Treatment) has been proven to have a positive effect on both the immune and endocrine systems of animals. After tremendous studies, successful applications and decades of research, many veterinarians all over the world are now considering it as a safe and effective method for treating a broad range of health conditions in animals.
How does Red Light Therapy Work?
Red Light Therapy works for animals the same way it does for humans. It uses a low-powered red light that penetrates wavelengths directly through an animal’s skin. As the red light penetrates your pet’s tissues, muscles, tendons and even bones, it increases blood circulation, further promoting and boosting the healing process.
What animal conditions does Red Light Therapy help with?
Red Light Therapy uses LED light and LED light has been proven to be as effective as lasers. Because of the way it energises the cells, Red Light Therapy can help improve animal conditions such as:
Wounds and injuries
Rashes and infections
Red Light Therapy has quickly gained popularity because of it’s non-evasive, risk-free way of treating animal conditions with positive results. Unlike surgeries, it’s a cost-effective and pain-free alternative treatment for all kinds of animals.
Based on these facts, you now have an option for your ailing pet’s treatment but it’s also best to consult your veterinarian first to get an expert opinion on your pet’s condition. They should know best!
Of course, you can avoid getting your dog in painful conditions like arthritis or joint pains. Treating them with utmost care, taking them for a walk, giving them daily exercise, and using pet ramps can help as precautionary measures.
We’ve already given you tips on the benefits of pet ramps here but if you need more information or have any questions on choosing the best pet ramp, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to assist you!