Laser therapy is a cutting-edge therapeutic technique that is non-invasive, pain-free, and FDA approved. Here’s how it works: Using a special probe, a deep-penetrating light stimulates injured cells and releases endorphins to accelerate healing and provide almost instant pain relief.
Benefits of Laser Therapy
- Alternative to Surgery
- Non-Pharmacological Relief
- Accelerated Treatment
- Comfortable & Non-Invasive
- Accelerated Tissue Repair & Cell Regeneration
- Improved Vascular Activity
- Improved Metabolic Activity
- Decreased Fibrous Tissue
- Greater Nerve Functioning
- Faster Wound Repair
Is your pet living with one of the following conditions? If so, Laser Therapy can help!
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Post-Surgical Pain Relief
- Lick Granulomas
- Orthopedic Injuries
At Archer Veterinary Clinic, we’re highly experienced in giving mother nature a helping hand when it comes to veterinary reproductive services. From fertility challenges to delivery support, our clinical care team has the professional know-how to provide your pets with successful breeding outcomes.
- Artificial Insemination is performed if a pet is struggling to conceive or as a preferred breeding approach.
- Progesterone Level Testing is used to pinpoint when a pet is most likely to conceive a litter.
- Caesarian-Sections are available as veterinarian-assisted deliveries. This is common in smaller breed dogs with petite pelvises.
- Breeding Consults are available so we can help you breed healthy litters and keep the delivering pet healthy and comfortable throughout the entire process.
Allergies & Dermatology
Infections of the skin, hair, ears, and nails can cause pets significant discomfort and irritation. If left untreated, symptoms can even begin to have an effect on a pet’s mental wellbeing. The doctors at Archer Veterinary Clinic are highly trained to relieve pets of dermatological conditions, allergies, parasitic infections, autoimmune disease, hormonal disorders, tumors, skin cancer, and more.
During your pet’s visit, we’ll assess his or her symptoms by performing a comprehensive physical examination with the potential for further diagnostic testing. Based on your pet’s diagnosis, symptoms, and case severity, we will work towards finding a cure. Treatment may involve topical creams, medications, shampoos, vitamins, or a combination of treatment approaches. We won’t stop until we find an effective solution for your pet’s dermatological discomfort.
If you notice any of the following symptoms in your pet, our doctors can help!
- Excessive licking, biting, or chewing
- Excessive scratching
- Excessive shedding
- Scabby, inflamed, or flaky skin
- Abnormal lumps or bumps
- Hot spots