BUCKINGHAMSHIRE Cold Laser


Equine and Canine

Healing Therapy in Buckinghamshire

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What is Cold laser therapy?


Cold Laser therapy is a painless treatment that uses low-level light to help the body heal itself. The light goes through the skin and reaches the affected area without causing any harm. It boosts the energy production within cells, helping them work better and heal faster. The therapy also reduces inflammation and pain while increasing blood flow to the area, providing essential nutrients and oxygen for healing. a safe and effective way to treat various conditions in both humans and animals.

WHAT I DO

I specialise in providing cutting-edge cold-laser therapy for dogs and horses in and around the Buckinghamshire/ Berkshire area of England. I am help your furry and equine companions live healthier, happier lives by providing safe, effective, and non -invasive treatments for a variety of conditions.

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Your Therapist

Founded by professional equestrian, championship dog show judge and animal lover Liza Faircloth BHSI (reg) - Stage 5 Coach in Complete Horsemanship, Bucks Cold Laser Therapy is dedicated to the well-being of dogs and horses in and around the Buckinghamshire area.


Liza has dedicated her life to the well-being of animals, both large and small. With a lifelong passion for horses and dogs, she is deeply involved in equine & canine health and rehabilitation.

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ANIMals WE TREAT


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Ear infections

Degenerative joint disease

Fractured bones

Hip Dysplasia

Infection

SI joint pain

Wounds & skin conditions

Back pain

Chronic pain

Arthritis & joint pain

Tendon & ligament injuries

Muscle strains & tears

Post-surgical recovery

Chronic arthritis

Deep tissue bruising

Abscesses

Laminitis

TMJ dysfunction

Surgical incisions

Inflammation

Anal gland infections

Burns

Chronic pain conditions

Dental treatments

Dental disease

Haematomas

Acral lick Granulomas

Customised Treatment Plans

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Because every animal is unique.

I work closely with you and your veterinarian to create a personalised treatments designed to deliver the best possible results for your dog or horse.

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Why choose us?

When you entrust Buckinghamshire Cold Laser with the therapeutic care of your dog or horse, I will travel to your yard for your horse, or to your home for your dog.


You can also expect:


  • Highly skilled and certified therapist
  • State-of-the-art cold laser therapy equipment
  • Personalised treatment plans
  • Our commitment to outstanding patient care, including follow up.


WhAT Can I expect?

Our cold laser sessions are non-invasive, painless, and require no sedation, making them an excellent alternative to traditional therapies or surgery.


Cold laser sessions for dogs

Each session typically lasts between 15 to 60 minutes, depending on your dogs's specific needs.

Each session is 100% tailored to your dog..

Your pet will relax on a comfortable mat while our trained therapist uses a handheld device to apply the laser to specific areas of their body.


The cold laser emits a low-level light that penetrates deep into your pet's tissues, promoting cell regeneration, reducing inflammation, and increasing blood flow to the affected area. This can help alleviate pain, reduce swelling, and speed up the healing process for a variety of conditions, including arthritis, joint pain, muscle strains, and more.


Cold laser sessions for horses

I bring all the necessary equipment to your horse's location and set up in the most suitable area to treat your horse. Equine sessions typically take longer than dogs as they are a larger area to work on, although something like treating a single injury point can take as little as 10-15minutes, most typically an equine session will be 30 to 60 minutes long. Foremostly each session is 100% tailored to your horses specific needs.


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How Cold Laser workS

Cold laser therapy has multiple beneficial effects on the body. It reduces inflammation by decreasing the release of inflammatory mediators, including prostaglandins and cytokines, which results in reduced pain and accelerated healing. It also stimulates the release of endorphins, which are the body's natural pain-relieving chemicals, and reduces nerve sensitivity and pain signals, providing further pain relief.

Furthermore, cold laser therapy promotes vasodilation, increasing blood flow to the affected area, which delivers oxygen, nutrients, and immune cells to the site, promoting healing and reducing swelling. Additionally, it enhances cellular energy production, which improves cellular processes such as ATP production, promoting tissue repair, regeneration, and healing. Overall, cold laser therapy is a safe, non-invasive, and effective treatment option for various conditions in both humans and animals, including reducing inflammation, promoting tissue repair, and providing pain relief.

Prices


Flexible pricing according to individual treatments.

Multi treatment discount packages available.

Some areas may involve a small travel charge.

Please contact us to discuss your treatment requirements and action plan.


All treatments should be reimbursable through your insurance company under 'complimentary treatments', so do contact them for more information.


All treatments require Veterinary permission before the initial treatment. This can be arranged upon booking your first consultation.

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How does cold therapy work?

Cold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT) or photobiomodulation, is a non-invasive treatment that uses specific wavelengths of light to stimulate the body's natural healing process at the cellular level.


Light penetration: During the treatment, a handheld device emits a low-level laser (cold laser) that penetrates the skin without generating heat, which is why it's referred to as "cold" therapy. The laser light can reach the underlying tissues, targeting the affected area without causing any discomfort or harm to the surrounding tissues.


Photobiomodulation: The laser light is absorbed by chromophores, light-sensitive molecules within the cells, particularly the mitochondria. This absorption triggers a series of biochemical reactions known as photobiomodulation, which is the process of light energy being converted into cellular energy.

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Contact

Laser therapy can make a rapid difference to your animals healing.

Contact me to schedule a consultation or learn more.

I am here to answer all your questions and ultimately help your animal companion thrive.

Liza Faircloth

Mobile: 07798682575

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