Richard S. Keller, DVM
Offering Veterinary Services for the Tri-State Area (WV, MD, PA).
We are Conveniently located just 0.6 miles South of Canal Pkwy on WV Rt 28-Frankfort Highway.
Veterinary Services Offered:~Health Exams for New Pets,
**Cutting Edge Laser Therapy for Pain Management & Healing**
THERAPY LASER PROCEDURES
can help pets with pain and arthritis, skin hot spots, ear
infections/problems, and/or other potential health issues. Ask us about
MLS Laser Therapy to aid in Healing and Pain Management!
CUTTING EDGE LASER THERAPY
HEALING and PAIN MANAGEMENT!
Local Veterinarian Unveils New Therapy Laser Center
Ford, WV--Wiley Ford Animal Clinic, at 12 W. Maple St. in Wiley Ford,
WV announces the immediate offering of laser therapy to pet owners in
the WV, MD, PA areas. The addition is part of Wiley Ford Animal Clinic's
continued investment in advanced technologies and progressive
procedures in veterinary medicine. Lasers have been used in human
medicine for over 30 years, and are beginning to make huge advances in
the veterinary field as doctors and animal lovers learn more about the
benefits they can provide. Research suggests that the family pet is
increasingly treated as a member of the family, and maintaining a
quality of life for that pet is very important to the owner.
Richard Keller, Veterinarian for over 18 years, has seen the ongoing
evolution of the human-animal bond. "More and more, our clients are
demanding the highest levels of care for their pets," states Dr. Keller.
"Laser therapy provides us with an opportunity to meet the needs of our
patients, and offer the highest levels of care possible." Laser therapy
has several benefits over traditional pain and mobility treatments.
During therapy, the patented delivery system synchronizes superior
energy frequencies delivering superior results in less time painlessly,
without side effects, risk, or even the use of drugs. The versatility of
the laser allows a doctor to treat sore muscles and joints,
degenerative joint conditions, neurological pain, chronic non-healing
wounds as wells as anti-inflammatory conditions.
Keller summarizes, "We pride ourselves on staying in the forefront of
technology and medicine, and educating our clients on the various levels
of care available. Laser therapy is the future of veterinary medicine,
and we feel our clients deserve to have that option when choosing the
best care for their pet."
For additional information about laser therapy, contact the staff at Wiley Ford Animal at 304-738-9117. Additional information on MLS Therapy Laser and other technologies in veterinary medicine is available from Cutting Edge Laser Technologies at (800) 889-4184 or www.celasers.com.
MLS® Laser Therapy
FOR YOUR PET
What is Laser Therapy?
Laser Therapy is the use of specific
wavelengths of light to treat painful and
How does it work?
Light energy enters the damaged cells and
stimulates inter-cellular activity. This reduces
pain in the area and speeds recovery of the
damaged cells. Once the cells recover, the
healing process is complete.
What can my pet expect during a treatment?
MLS Laser Therapy is a painless treatment
that lasts an average of 3 minutes. Your pet
may experience a comfortable sensation at
the point of application.
What can be expected after the treatment?
Most patients see positive results in one
to three treatments. Acute conditions can
subside with as few as one set of treatments.
Chronic conditions can be managed with
regular monthly treatments. And there are no
known negative side effects.
Often, pain medications can be reduced or
eliminated after MLS Laser Therapy treatment.
Benefits of MLS® Laser Therapy
~ Relief of chronic pain, such as arthritis
~ Relief of acute pain, such as trauma or injury
~ Strong anti-inflammatory effect
~ Stimulates healing of damaged tissue
~ Speeds recovery of the structural integrity
of injured region
~ Improvement of local blood circulation
~ Postoperative pain relief and faster wound
Please ask for details on how this innovative
therapy can work for your pet?s pain and
inflammation. Please contact us @
Wiley Ford Animal Clinic 304-738-9117
Information & History on Laser Therapy
Overview of Laser Therapy
Conventional Laser therapy has been in use for more than 25 years. More than 3,000 scientific publications test its effectiveness and the validity of this approach. It has been demonstrated that it is not toxic and it has no side effects. Today, it is used as a monotherapy or as a complementary therapy. Until now, the challenge with Laser Therapy has been its inability to treat deep-seated pathologies, since it is used with low to medium power. We are pleased to provide practicing Veterinarians with the most advanced technology available today to leverage the benefits associated with laser therapy: MLS Harmony Therapy.
MLS Harmony Therapy
MLS Therapy is a new therapy for treating pain, inflammation, and edema and for repairing superficial lesions. It was developed to overcome the limits of traditional Laser therapy, based on the use of diode lasers. Currently, no diode laser is able to induce strong anti-inflammatory, anti-edema and analgesic effects simultaneously and within a short period of time. Continuous Laser emissions act fast on inflammation, stimulating blood and lymphatic circulation and inducing fast re-absorption of fluids; however, they only have a secondary effect on pain, which is diminished after reducing the inflammatory process. Pulsed Laser emissions, on the other hand, have an immediate effect on pain, since they are able to produce analgesia, interfering with the very transmission of the pain impulse to the higher brain centers, but they are less effective at treating inflammation and edema, only achieving results after a long period of application. MLS Therapy is able to overcome the limits imposed by selecting one of the two emission types, since it is based on the characteristic therapeutic properties of a new Laser pulse. It uses an MLS pulse, which combines and synchronizes emission of continuous and pulsed Laser emissions with different infrared wavelengths. The patented control system that generates the MLS pulse synchronizes the two emissions.
Thanks to this characteristic synchronization, the various therapeutic effects ? anti-inflammatory and anti-edema of the continuous emission and analgesic of the pulsed emission ?not only take place at the same time but reciprocally reinforce each other. Because of this, MLS therapy is able to guarantee effectiveness and short treatment times when treating numerous osteo-muscular system diseases and when repairing superficial lesions.