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We’ve served Southeast Alabama since 2008
Your Trusted Full-Service Equine Clinic


Noninvasive, Effective Treatment

K-laser therapy is a cutting-edge technology for treating injuries from large lacerations to tendonitis. This revolutionary treatment uses red and near-infrared wavelengths of laser light to create a therapeutic effect that reduces inflammation, pain and stimulates tissue healing. It is noninvasive, allowing our skilled veterinarians to effectively care for your performance horse without surgery.

An Optimal Environment for Healing

Because the K-laser increases circulation to the treatment area, it creates the perfect environment for rapid, sound healing. This laser therapy draws water, oxygen and nutrients to the wounded area, encouraging the affected tissue to begin healing, repairing and growing. In addition, K-laser treatments reduce stiffness and pain, allowing your horse to begin returning to normal activity as soon as possible.

Injuries and Disorders We Treat

With modern K-laser treatments, our staff and expert veterinarians are able to treat a variety of injuries more cleanly and effectively, so we can help even more performance horses regain their full health, performance ability and excellent quality of life.
We are able to treat large and small, acute and chronic injuries with K-laser therapy. The injuries and disorders we treat include the following:
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tendon and ligament issues
  • Open wounds and lacerations
  • Tendonitis
  • Desmitis
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Back disorders
  • Shin irritation
K-Laser Therapy

Begin Treatment Today

If your sport horse has suffered from a recent injury, or if it suffers from a chronic disease like arthritis, you can start giving it the cost-effective, noninvasive care it needs to heal. If you have questions about our K-laser treatment options, call us today. Our friendly staff will answer your questions and help schedule your equine companion’s first treatment.