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Laser Therapy

Low-level laser therapy has been shown to have several biological effects on the body, including increased circulation, pain reduction due to endorphin release, fibroblast production, cartilage stimulation, decreasing micro-organisms and accelerating the inflammatory phase of healing. Laser therapy can be used to help wound healing, treat tendon and ligament injuries, edema, muscle spasm, pain, and arthritic conditions.

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What's That I See?

Have you ever seen those little rice grains in your pet’s stool or around their bottom? Well, most pets do not eat rice for dinner, did you know that what you are seeing is called tapeworms, yuck. These little guys are an intestinal parasite contracted by ingesting external parasites - usually fleas!

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