Conditions Treated

Veterinary Conditions; gray cat with hazel eyes
At Summus Medical Lasers, we harness the transformative power of Class 4 Cold Laser Therapy to provide innovative and effective treatment solutions for a broad range of veterinary conditions.  Our therapeutic lasers offer a non-invasive and innovative approach to healing and pain management. Our commitment at Summus Medical Lasers is to improve your quality of life by alleviating the discomfort associated with a variety of veterinary conditions.

Respiratory and Ear Conditions

Inflammation of the ear, often causing discomfort and sometimes leading to infection. It can be acute or chronic and may lead to ear pain, hearing difficulties, and potential complications such as eardrum perforation or recurrent infections.
The irritation and inflammation of the nasal passages, causing symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, and congestion.
Inflammation of the sinus cavities, leading to facial pain, pressure, and often accompanied by congestion and difficulty breathing.
A chronic respiratory condition characterized by inflammation and narrowing of the airways, leading to episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, and coughing.
Inflammation of the bronchial tubes, causing persistent coughing, mucus production, and breathing difficulties.
COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
A progressive lung disease that restricts airflow, causing shortness of breath and reducing the individual's overall lung function.
Inflammation of the trachea and bronchial tubes, resulting in coughing, wheezing, and discomfort in the throat and chest.

Skin, Allergies, and Wounds

Localized accumulations of blood outside blood vessels, often resulting from trauma and appearing as swollen, bruise-like areas.
An autoimmune disorder causing muscle inflammation and skin changes, often leading to weakness and distinctive rashes.
Infected and Chronic Wounds
Wounds that have become infected or fail to heal properly over time, requiring medical attention and care.
Post-Surgical Incisions
The cuts made during surgery to access underlying tissues, necessitating careful monitoring and aftercare to prevent complications.
Pyotraumatic Dermatitis
Localized skin inflammation and infection usually triggered by licking or scratching. Also known as "hot spots."
Acral Lick Granulomas
Self-induced skin sores caused by excessive licking, often leading to persistent ulcerations and hair loss.
Lick Granulomas
Also known as acral lick dermatitis, are skin lesions caused by repetitive licking, leading to persistent wounds and skin changes.
Bug Bites (Spider)
Spider bites can cause a range of symptoms from localized pain and swelling to severe reactions, depending on the spider species and individual sensitivity.
Snake Bites
Swelling, pain, and systemic effects, needing prompt veterinary attention in severe cases.
Inflammation of the paw pads, often due to allergies, infections, or other underlying conditions.

Urinary and Kidney Conditions

Inflammation of the urinary bladder, typically caused by infection and resulting in discomfort, frequent urination, and pain.
Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease
Progressive conditions involving the impairment of kidney function, either suddenly (acute) or over an extended period (chronic), leading to various systemic issues.

Digestive and Oral Health Conditions

Inflammation of the pancreas, often causing abdominal pain, digestive problems, and sometimes requiring medical intervention. It can lead to digestive issues, severe abdominal pain, and complications such as pancreatic pseudocysts or infection.
The initial stage of gum disease, marked by inflamed and bleeding gums due to poor oral hygiene.
Advanced gum disease that damages the bone and tissue supporting the teeth. Left untreated, it can lead to bone loss, tooth mobility, and tooth loss.
The removal of teeth, often necessary due to severe decay, damage, or overcrowding, and requiring proper aftercare.

Musculoskeletal and Joint Conditions

Bicipital Bursitis
Inflammation of the bursa sac located near the shoulder joint, causing pain and limited mobility.
Bicipital Tendonitis
Inflammation of the tendons in the shoulder, leading to pain and potential restrictions in movement.
Infra-Supraspinatus Tendonitis
Inflammation of the tendons around the shoulder joint, causing discomfort and affecting the shoulder's range of motion.
Inflammation of joints, causing pain, swelling, and reduced mobility, often seen in older individuals or those with joint-related conditions.
Broken bones resulting from trauma or excessive force, requiring immobilization and possibly surgical intervention to facilitate proper healing.
Sprains / Strains
Ligament damage, while strains involve muscle or tendon damage, both leading to pain, swelling, and restricted movement due to overstretching or tearing.
Hip Dysplasia
A congenital condition where the hip joint doesn't develop properly, potentially leading to pain, lameness, and degenerative joint disease over time.
An abnormal gait or limp due to pain, injury, or underlying health issues affecting the musculoskeletal system.
Non-Surgical / Partial ACL
A partial anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear can cause instability and discomfort in the knee joint, which may be managed non-surgically with rest, rehabilitation, and bracing.
Inflammation of tendons, often due to overuse or repetitive strain, leading to pain, swelling, and limited joint movement.
Calcaneal Tendon Tear / Trauma
Damage to the tendon connecting the calf muscle to the heel bone, leading to pain, swelling, and difficulty walking.

Trauma and Injury

Physical injuries resulting from accidents, falls, or other incidents, often causing damage to tissues and requiring medical attention.
Breaks in bones caused by trauma or stress, leading to pain, swelling, and potential complications.
Tail Fractures
Involves broken tail bones, often caused by trauma, leading to pain and potential complications related to nerve damage or infection.
IVDD (Intervertebral Disc Disease)
The degeneration or herniation of spinal discs, potentially leading to nerve compression, pain, and mobility issues; it's especially common in certain dog breeds and can vary in severity from mild discomfort to paralysis.
Involves the presence of harmful microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, etc.), causing a range of symptoms and requiring appropriate treatment.

Other Conditions

Chronic Pain
Persistent discomfort lasting beyond the expected healing time, often requiring ongoing management and addressing underlying causes.
Anal Saculitis
Inflammation of the anal sacs, often causing discomfort and requiring treatment to alleviate symptoms and prevent complications; it's more commonly seen in dogs and can lead to scooting, licking, or pain during bowel movements.
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