Larchmont Animal Clinic
Larchmont Animal Clinic provides comprehensive veterinary services including surgical, dental and preventative health care.
About Larchmont Animal Clinic
Located in the Hancock Park region of Los Angeles, California, the Larchmont Animal Clinic provides comprehensive veterinary services including surgical, dental and preventative health care. In addition to an in-house hospitalization, the clinic supports a pharmacy, and indoor boarding for cats and pets that require medication. Beyond providing routine diagnostic services, the Larchmont Animal Clinic utilizes the latest in digital x-ray and radiologic imaging technology. The facility has been certified by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) for more than 26 years, a distinction that sets the organization apart from much of its competition. Only 12 percent of animal healthcare providers in the United States are presently accepted as AAHA members.
Larchmont Animal Clinic enjoys a longstanding partnership with its neighbor, The Barking Lot Pet Store. Larchmont medical professionals offer low-cost pet vaccinations at The Barking Lot on the first Tuesday of each month.
About Veterinary Laser Therapy
Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), Larchmont Animal Clinic upholds a dedication to offering its patients innovative and high-quality care. Toward this end, Larchmont Animal Clinic has introduced the Companion Therapy Laser.
Veterinary laser therapy offers veterinarians and pet owners with a noninvasive, drug-free option for infection and pain control. It may serve as a replacement for traditional therapies or as a supplemental treatment, depending on the pet's needs. Many pets and their owners have found it effective in treating the pain of degenerative joint disease, tendonitis, arthritis, and traumatic injury. Veterinarians also have used it for general and postsurgical pain management, as well as for dermatological and inflammatory conditions.
Laser therapy works via the transmission of non-thermal light photons. Over the course of several minutes, the body absorbs these cells and injured tissue becomes stimulated. This stimulation results in an increased metabolism that speeds circulation, lowers inflammation, and speeds the healing process. A pet will often relax during the treatment, as a human would during massage, and may appear more at ease or energetic as the pain control affects his or her daily life.