How MLS Robotic Laser Therapy Can Help Relieve Pain

MLS (multiwave lock system) laser therapy offers an innovative way to help heal foot, ankle, and lower leg pain. At Go Feet, we provide this breakthrough therapeutic device to help alleviate issues such as plantar fasciitis, tendon and ligament injuries, muscle sprains, and more.

Learn how MLS laser therapy works, to determine if it’s potentially a good option for you.

About MLS laser therapy

MLS laser therapy is used to reduce pain and inflammation. It’s noninvasive and has been used for years in Europe for pain management.

The therapy uses two therapeutic wavelengths that reach deeper into inflamed tissues and nerves. The laser converts light into biochemical energy, restoring painful cells to their normal function, thus causing pain to disappear. The intracellular activity speeds recovery.

Application of MLS therapy

We place the robotic laser about eight inches above the skin in injured areas. Then, the laser energy penetrates through your skin to activate the injured tissue beneath. MLS therapy triggers your body’s natural healing processes.

The treatment is painless and quick – lasting just eight minutes on average. Many patients feel comfortable, as the laser energy works to heal their injuries.

MLS laser therapy can help treat...

MLS laser therapy can temporarily relieve a number of painful issues that affect your feet and ankles. It addresses inflammation and swelling, too. Sore muscles, degenerated joints, neurological pain, and connective tissue injuries all benefit from MLS laser therapy. Superficial injuries, such as cuts, wounds, and blisters or ulcers, can also be treated successfully with MLS laser therapy.

Expect results

Your course of therapy depends on the area and nature of your injury, but we typically recommend 7-10 total sessions. Chronic conditions, such as plantar fasciitis, may require even more treatments while an acute injury, such as an ankle sprain, may subside after just one treatment. You will begin to notice positive changes in pain, swelling, and inflammation after the first few sessions.

The effects of the MLS laser therapy are cumulative, so you improve progressively after each session. Be sure to follow through on all your sessions for optimal results and to prevent chronic conditions from returning.

Benefits of MLS laser therapy

MLS laser therapy provides rapid relief to painful conditions, without the use of painkillers that often have unwanted side effects. MLS laser therapy stimulates the natural release of endorphins to relieve pain. It improves circulation to injured areas and helps heal nerves.The treatment is also nonsurgical and has no negative side effects.

Finally, MLS laser therapy helps heal acute injuries in a timely manner, allowing you to return to normal function quickly. Unlike other lasers that can’t provide anti-inflammatory effects – the MLS laser actually stimulates your tissues to heal themselves!

At Go Feet, we’re excited to share innovative MLS laser therapy with patients from in and around the Hammonton and Mays Landing areas. If you’re suffering from pain, inflammation, swelling, or injury in your feet, ankles, or lower legs, call one of our offices or book a consultation online to find out how MLS laser therapy and other treatments can help you heal.

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