For pets healing from injury, recovering from surgery, or living with chronic pain, our therapeutic services can accelerate treatment and greatly increase your pet's quality of life. Just as humans benefit from physical therapy following injury or surgery, the proper therapeutic care can help your pet regain mobility, increase strength, and decrease pain.
Tranquility Veterinary Clinic proudly offers hospitalized treatments, regenerative stem cell therapy, and therapeutic laser. If your pet is living with pain, ask your veterinarian if any of our therapeutic services could benefit your pet. Many pet owners observe a great difference in their pet's health and attitude after just one or two treatments.
Fluid therapy is used to treat sick pets who become dehydrated. Dehydration decreases circulation to the liver and the kidney, with debilitating effects. Dehydrated pets feel uncomfortable, cannot fight their disease well, have less motivation to eat, and cannot metabolize drugs efficiently.
In order to ensure medication enters the venous system and is distributed to the whole body, we administer medicine to sick pets through an IV catheter. Medication given this way is more controllable and acts faster - in some cases, it can be life saving. Our veterinarians are highly experienced in administering IV catheter and will monitor your pet closely to ensure they receive the proper amount of fluids.
Cold laser therapy is a painless, non-invasive procedure that uses light to stimulate the body's natural healing response. The laser, simply a beam of light traveling at a specific frequency, triggers cell regeneration and increased blood circulation, helping the body heal itself naturally.
Laser therapy is used to treat injuries, arthritis, back and hip pain, and ligament and tendon problems. It can also be used after surgery to regenerate nerve tissue and accelerate your pet's recovery. Just a few treatments can greatly improve a sick or recovering pet's quality of life. If you think your pet could benefit from laser therapy, talk to your veterinarian.