Companion Laser Therapy: Innovation in Pet Pain Management
Wheaton Animal Hospital is pleased to offer veterinary laser therapy for your pet. This innovate treatment is a noninvasive, drug–free way to reduce pain and inflammation and speed healing.
Laser Therapy Treatments
Laser therapy treatments utilize a hand–held wand that emits a beam of laser light. The laser deeply penetrates tissue without causing any damage. Your pet may feel a warm, gentle soothing sensation.
Treatment protocols are customized to each patient, and each program varies in time, cost, and complexity. Most treatments only take a matter of minutes, and several sessions may be necessary to achieve the desired therapeutic effect.
Laser Therapy Uses
Pet laser therapy can be used as a stand–alone treatment or in combination with other plans suggested by your veterinarian. Laser therapy has proven to be successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.
- Tooth extraction pain relief
- Sprains and strains
- Post-surgical healing
- Degenerative joint disease
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Periodontal disease
- Lick granulomas
- Geriatric care
- Hip dysplasia
- Feline acne
Please contact us to discuss any questions or concerns you have regarding this novel therapy. We strive to offer the latest techniques in veterinary medicine, and we are pleased to offer laser therapy for your pet.
We accept walk-ins during our Doctor’s Hours to meet your busy lifestyle. If you’d prefer to make an appointment, we offer those too!
News & Events
Save 10% on Heartworm Preventatives This April!
Best friends deserve the best care! Protect your pets with an annual heartworm test as well as a monthly preventative. Through April 30th, save 10% on Heartworm Preventatives. Cannot be combined with any other promotion or offer.
Sign Up for Training TODAY!
Training is back! We are excited to offer Puppy Class for dogs under 4 months where students learn socialization. Basic Manners Class will be offered for dogs 4 months and older focusing on manners and training basics (sit, down, etc.)
See below for the 6-week class schedule. Classes held at Elmhurst Animal Care Center. Please call 630.530.1900 to register or with any questions. Students must be up to date on their vaccines prior to class start date!