Class 4 Laser Therapy

Class IV Laser Therapy

What is Laser Therapy?

Class 4 laser therapy uses specific wavelengths of light to stimulate enzymes inside damaged cells, leading to increased metabolism, increased oxygen flow to the cells, faster wound healing, and reduced pain. This is an excellent method of treatment for muscle and joint injuries, back pain, arthritis, and as an aid to speed healing after surgery. In addition to the aforementioned uses, the laser can help just about any inflammatory process affecting out pets.

What Can It Treat?

​Laser Therapy: A Powerful Adjunct
Due to the drug-free, non-invasive nature of laser therapy, it is often used as a powerful adjunct to existing treatment protocols. It can be used before, during, or after surgical procedures, alongside pharmacological management of certain conditions, and in conjunction with rehabilitation programs. Since laser therapy has a broad spectrum of physiological effects, mainly surrounding the reduction of pain and inflammation and increasing the speed of healing, it is a versatile tool as part of a multimodal approach to treating MANY common conditions in veterinary medicine. 

Did You Know?

That laser therapy is the modality of choice in athletics? Light Force Therapy Lasers (the human counterpart to Companion) are utilized by over 100 professional and collegiate teams.

Common Acute Conditions That Benefit from Laser Therapy

•    Abscesses

•    Acral Lick Dermatitis

•    Acute Nephritis

•    Acute Pain

•    Bacterial Infections

•    Burns

•    Edema

•    Fractures

•    Fungal Infections

•    Mastitis

•   Otitis

•    Post-Surgical Pain Relief

•    Post-Operative Healing

•    Posttraumatic Dermatitis

•    Skin Grafts

•    Snake Bites

•    Soft Tissue Trauma

•    Sprains & Strains

•    And More...

Common Chronic Conditions That Benefit from Laser Therapy

•    Arthritis

•    Bursitis

•    Chronic Pain

•    Degenerative Joint Disease

•    Feline Asthma

•    Geriatric Disorders

•    Gout

•    IVDD

•   Neurological Disorders

•    Orthopedic Disorders

•    Otitis

•    Pyoderma

•    Respiratory Disorders

•    Stomatitis

•    Urinary Tract Disorders

•    And More...

Mission Statement

Cedarcrest Animal Hospital is proud to serve Acworth, GA, and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.


Our mission is to provide the unparalleled veterinary care that you and your pet(s) deserve. We believe in individualized care specific to you and your pets’ needs. Our passion for animals is what motivates us to deliver superior medical services. Our dedication to you is what inspires us to maintain open, honest communication with our clients. We strive to promote and nurture the human-animal bond by ensuring the comfort and happiness of both you and your pet.


2355 Cedarcrest Rd
Acworth, GA 30101

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Monday - Friday:

7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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