. . . With The Same Medical Technology Used by Professional Athletes
If your pet is suffering from chronic or post-surgery pain, pain from a recent injury, or discomfort or limited mobility due to aging or arthritis, then you must read this important announcement.
Finally, there’s a procedure that can help to safely and affordably relieve your pet of pain, allowing him or her to live a happier, more active life.
Used in the NFL, the NBA, MLB, the NHL, FIFA and even in the Olympics, athletes and trainers swear by it. It’s a safe alternative to drugs and surgery, and there are no known side effects.
Scientifically proven, it’s been successful in treating pain and many acute and chronic conditions, such as. . .
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Hip Dysplasia
- Sprains, Strains & Fractures
- Post-Surgical Healing / Pain Relief
- Tooth Extraction Pain Relief
- Periodontal Disease
- Cuts/ Bites
- Chronic Conditions
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Lick Granulomas
- Geriatric Care
- Feline Acne
Now, this technology is available right here, at Good Hope Animal Hospital. . .
Cold Laser Therapy
First recognized for its beneficial effects almost 40 years ago, there have been thousands of studies documenting the positive effects of laser light on different types of cells, tissues, and disorders.
How does it work? This brief video explains the science behind the therapy. . .
As you can see, the laser light promotes better blood flow and stimulates the production of ATP deep in the tissue of treated areas. Not only is the procedure completely safe, but oftentimes pets will relax during the treatment as though they’re being massaged. In fact, occasionally, angry cats will begin to purr and dogs will fall asleep during their session.
While the above video contains a lot of medical jargon, Dr. Jim Humphries of the Veterinary News Network provides a down-to-earth explanation of Cold Laser Therapy. Please watch. . .
As with any medical or therapeutic procedure, treatment plans are prescribed based on your pet’s specific condition. Therefore, the number and length of treatments varies from animal to animal and situation to situation. In most cases, several treatments are required for maximum efficacy.
Could Cold Laser Therapy help your pet? What kind of treatment plan might they need? Call us. We’ll happily discuss your situation and present your options.
An Investment In Your Pet
Naturally, new and innovative medical technology can be costly. And you might expect that an advanced procedure like Cold Laser Therapy could cost patients hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. And even at that price, wouldn’t it be worth it to see your pet healthier, happier, and more active?
Fortunately, Cold Laser Therapy has become very economical. In fact. . .
Currently, we are offering a package of 6 treatments for just $120. That’s only $20 per treatment!
But that’s not the full story. For a very limited time, we’re offering a $30 Gift Certificate that you can use toward the purchase of your treatment package. That means that your pet will receive 6 full treatments for a mere $90.
Don’t let this offer get away from you. This $30 Gift Certificate will expire on September 27, 2013. You can take advantage of it now by clicking on and printing the certificate below. Then, just call or email our office to schedule your first treatment.