Low-Level Laser Therapy

LLLT is a newer modality in the field of animal physical rehabilitation. It is a low-Intensity laser that emits intense light at various wavelengths to cause cellular reactions within a tissue. It modulates metabolic activity at a cellular level when the light is absorbed into the tissues and converted to chemical energy. The laser can accelerate tissue repair and aid in wound healing, increase blood flow, accelerate the formation of collagen, and increase the body's pain-control chemicals like endorphins. The therapy is non-invasive and is painless and there is no increase in temperature of the treated areas. It has been used in humans for wound healing and treatment of osteoarthritis and may be valuable in nerve and soft-tissue Injuries as well.

Location

2896 East 3300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84109

Office Hours

*Due to COVID-19 our hours have temporarily been reduced**

Monday:

11:00 AM

8:00 PM

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

9:00 AM

4:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 AM

4:00 PM

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

By Appointment Only

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Monte-
    Pat and Shawna have had a tremendous impact on our dog Monte's recovery and quality of life. Monte ruptured a vertebral disc in his neck and lost significant use of his hind legs. Since surgery, Pat has performed physical therapy and Shawna has performed acupuncture. Monte is now walking and running and appears to be pain free. Monte responds very well to Pat's underwater treadmill treatment and to Shawna's acupuncture sessions. Just as important, Monte has bonded with both Pat and Shawna. We are convinced that Monte's continuing progress is best left in Pat's and Shawna's hands. We don't like to think what Monte's quality of life would be like without their excellent care."
    - Tony Magann and Jody Clark
  • "Bruno-
    Bruno, our 12 year old German Shepherd, suffered a FCE on November 23, 2008. Although he had managed with slow progressing Degenerative Myelopathy, this incident nearly paralyzed him. The vets could not offer much hope for a recovery, stating that there would probably be no real improvement after the first two weeks. We were fortunate to find Pat Werner with her skill, caring, and experience. After beginning a series of physical therapy sessions, including the underwater treadmill, Bruno showed marked improvement. He steadily gained strength and coordination. Pat suggested we have Shawna evaluate Bruno as a candidate for acupuncture... Bruno's physical therapy and acupuncture not only restored his mobility, it made him really happy. He truly looked forward to working with Pat in the tank and then relaxing with Shawna for acupuncture. We credit and thank Pat and Shawna for the life they returned to our friend."
    - Susan Monahan
  • "Bosco-
    Pat and Shawna are two of the most compassionate and knowledgeable people we know. When our German Shepherd, Bosco, was diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy, a progressively debilitating disease, through physical therapy and acupuncture, we are convinced Pat and Shawna were able to slow down the progression to give Bosco more quality time to spend with his two sisters and to give him a better quality of life. Now we have our Rottweiler, Maggie, in physical therapy and acupuncture due to bone cancer which led to an amputation of her back leg. Through physical therapy and acupuncture, Maggie is learning to walk again pain free. We would recommend Utah Pet Rehab to anyone!"
    - Mike and Lisa Schlaikjer
  • "Clio-
    Pat and Shawna have greatly increased out dog's quality of life. They are gentle, caring and respectful with Clio. We feel like a member of our family is helping to care for her when she gets a treatment from them."
    - Alice &Gary Moe