K Laser.

As seen on The Super Vet! Yes, our hero Noel Fitzpatrick has just the same model of laser as we have here at Rock View! Not all lasers are the same and we’ve invested in the best on the market.

Arthritis affects 65% of all dogs over 10 years old and up to 30% of cats. Arthritis can affect any joint but is most common in the hips, elbows and knees. Laser is the newest treatment for arthritis and joint pain. It uses infrared beams to help the body cells heal themselves. High power laser therapy reduces inflammation, decreases pain drastically, increases blood flow to affected tissues and helps damaged cells heal. It is not at all painful and results are dramatic after a few sessions.

The best part about laser therapy is there are virtually no side effects. It can be used in any case, and to treat many more conditions other than arthritis. Anywhere there is inflammation, pain and non-healing tissues – new wounds, old wounds – you name it we can laser it! This treatment has revolutionised the way we help you heal your pets.

It is a very common situation in older pets to have stiff and sore joints, which can lead to weight gain and lethargy often resulting in reluctance to exercise in the dogs and depression in cats. I see many examples of this on a daily basis in our clinic. But I now witness the miraculous results which laser therapy can bring about and the positive effects it can have on the lives of your pets.”  Fiona Rawlings

Here’s what our client’s say.

This treatment has worked so well for Scruff, making life pleasurable for him again, I would recommend anyone considering this treatment to go ahead with it. I was truly amazed at the results achieved and cannot speak highly enough of the K Laser. We have also been able to claim all the costs back on insurance, a win win situation! I would like to thank Fiona and Jenna for recommending the treatment, talking it through with us and improving our dog’s life immeasurably.


K-LASER therapy does not treat conditions, it stimulates the body’s inherent healing mechanisms via a process called photobiomodulation. Through a combination of different wavelengths, power and frequency of laser light K-LASER is able to achieve improved healing times, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling. Laser Therapy has been utilised in human and animal medicine for many decades, however recent technical advances in laser miniaturisation has allowed laser therapy to be used for a wider range of patients.


Normally patient sedation/restraint is not required during treatment, indeed most pets find the experience pleasant. Treatment times vary in length depending upon the condition and the size of your animal, but the majority are less than 8 minutes. Often improvement can be seen after the first visit, however Class IV Laser Therapy treatment is cumulative in nature so for most conditions patients will require several repeat treatments for greatest benefit. The schedule of treatments will vary depending upon the condition.