Monday, August 3, 2015

Oh Hot Dog, Another Laser Session

Hi there, this is my friend, Lori Clewlow, ("Laser Lori").


She's my laser therapist. Every two weeks, she comes to my house and pretty much, lasers my whole body. I get my big floppy ears lasered to reduce ear inflammation and infections, my chest, legs, paws, back, shoulders to reduce any pain and inflammation and speed tissue healing in those areas.


Many veterinary hospitals are offering this sort of treatment to  their patients. There are multiple clinical studies for both veterinary and human patients that substantiate and prove that laser therapy alleviates both pain and inflammation, reduces swelling and stimulates nerve regeneration and cells involved in tissue repair. Laser therapy has also been used to speed recovery from surgery. The treatments are non-invasive and for most patients, very relaxing and enjoyable.


Laser therapy has been used to treat the following conditions:
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Back pain and injury
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Hot spots
  • Ear infection and inflammation
  • Post-operative wound healing
  • Trauma or injury from such things as sprains, strains, cruciate ligament tears
Check with your vet to see if your furry kid could benefit from laser therapy. It's helped me and my peeps are convinced that it's helped provide me with a lot of extra pain free miles in life.

Hey Sam, how are you doing there? ZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


Did you fall asleep again during your laser session this morning? Ah just for a second or two :)








16 comments:

  1. I the Reilly dog LOVE my cold laser therapy :)

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    1. Hi Reilly's mom, it's actually a hot laser. Lori moves it around lots so that I won't get burned. It feels really nice. If Reilly comes over, I'll get Lori to do a free one on him. sound good???

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  2. Hari OM
    ..............I got relaxed just watching you! Wonderful therapy. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. Bentley's acupuncturist used to come to the house to treat him. He relaxed and fell asleep almost every time. Then when he woke up he was starving and ate a big bowl of kibble.

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  4. Wow! We were unaware of this laser therapy. Maybe it would work on Joey's elderly cocker spaniel ear lumpies.

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  5. Wow Sam! You sure do get the most cutting-edge treatments. Your dad has made it a project to bring healing to all the people and animals he knows.

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  6. Glad the laser therapy is good for woo!

    NukNuk

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  7. Mr Bailey has had cold laser therapy on his bad hips, seems to help some
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  8. Interesting. Thanks for sharing, Sam!

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  9. It certainly looks like a very relaxing treatment, you do look as though you are enjoying it and that's gotta be good fur you
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  10. You sure do look relaxed and happy, Sam!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  11. Wow, you look totally relaxed, Sammy!!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  12. Really interesting stuff Sammy! I had no idea but am glad to hear it's helping our furry friends:)
    Blessings,
    Aimee

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  13. wow! How interesting! will have to look into it :)
    Slobbers

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  14. I hope u feel better. :)

    Luv, Angel Keisha and Murphy the Poodle

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  15. Just checking in, haven't seen you post in awhile. Hope you are doing ok?

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