Animal Medical of Chesapeake

921 N Battlefield Blvd
Chesapeake, VA 23320


Class IV Laser Therapy
Lasers are categorized as I, II, IIIa, IIIb, & IV.  Classes I - IIIa are considered Low-Level Lasers and do not produce heat. Laser pointers are IIIa lasers. The rating system is to classify them for safety and for power. Our K-Laser is a class IV laser. This means it is a very powerful laser that is capable of causing both harm and healing.
The higher power of a Class 4 laser is necessary to deliver the healing benefit deep within the tissues. Class 4 laser therapy is proven to bio-stimulate tissue repair and growth. The laser accelerates wound healing and decreases inflammation and pain as well as scar tissue formation.
It is also a side effect-free and non-addictive treatment option for pain management.
K-Laser Therapy Promotes:          
    Increased Circulation
    Immune StimulationAnimal Medical Clinic of Chesapeake - K-Laser Therapy Benefits
    Muscle Relaxation
    Improved Vascular Activity
    Accelerated Cell Reproduction & Growth
    Stimulation of Nerve Regeneration
    Increased Metabolic Activity
Positive Effects of K-Laser on the Body:        
    Improves & Promotes Healing
    Reduces Pain & Spasm
    Increases Joint Flexibility
    Reduces Symptoms of Osteoarthritis
    Improves Peripheral Microcirculation
    Detoxifies & Eliminates Trigger Points
    Advanced Pain Relief
Benefits to Patient:               
    Faster Patient Comfort/Pain Relief/Healing -- & Client Satisfaction
    Deeper Penetration than Class III Lasers
    Delivers More Laser Energy to the Target Tissues
    Faster Treatment Times
    Effective Treatment in 3 - 8 minutes
    Effective Drug-Free Treatment Option
    Extremely Well-Tolerated by Pets
    No Known Side Effects (when used properly)
    May Decrease the Need for Surgery & Medications
    Requires No Sedation or Clipping
    Faster Patient Recovery/Healing Time                                  
During each painless treatment, laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain. As the injured area returns to normal, function is restored and pain is relieved.
Animal Medical Clinic of Chesapeake - Laser Therapy