Learn How Nonsurgical Robotic Laser Therapy Can Repair Tendon and Ligament Injuries

Laser technology isn’t necessarily new, but thanks to recent refinements, the medical field is just beginning to scratch the surface of its applications. In the perfect marriage between robotic and laser technologies, we’re able to tackle soft tissue injuries without resorting to invasive surgical procedures.

Here at Go Feet, we understand better than most what it means to have limitations put on your mobility because of injury to the tendons and ligaments in your feet and ankles. Rather than turning to surgery, which only compounds your mobility issues, we’re excited to offer a revolutionary new robotic laser therapy that delivers long-term results by working with the natural healing resources inside your body.

If you want to explore what many of our patients in and around Mays Landing and Hammonton, New Jersey, have already discovered, take a moment to learn more about how our MLS® robotic laser therapy can relieve the pain in your tendons and ligaments without the need for surgery.

The laser difference

While laser technology isn’t necessarily new, it has gained increasing acceptance in medical circles for the better part of five decades. In recent years, doctors in different specialties began to explore its applications, and manufacturers refined the technology, hitting new heights in precision and accuracy and opening up a world of new possibilities.

The brass ring of most medical treatments is to avoid invasive surgeries that can cause serious collateral damage and prolong healing. With noninvasive laser technology, we can send energy below your skin without harming the surface area. Better still, the robotic technology allows us to control the energy we’re delivering with an accuracy that wasn’t available before, achieving the perfect levels to stimulate a healing response deep in your tissue at a cellular level.

Using different wavelengths of light, we direct the energy into the damaged cells in your tendons and ligaments to stimulate intercellular activity. To control the laser energy, we use robotic FDA-cleared MLS technology, which stands for Multiwave Locked System, which delivers therapeutic wavelengths into your tissue without creating any thermal damage.

In other words, the robotic system delivers just enough light energy to produce an analgesic (numbing) and anti-inflammatory response, without harming any surrounding tissue.

No pain, all gain

The treatments at our office are painless and take less than 10 minutes as the MLS robotic laser delivers precise and accurate laser energy to your targeted area. If you have an acute injury, we generally recommend 4-6 therapy sessions, while chronic soft tissue problems may require 10-15.

As you progress through your treatments, the MLS robotic technology accomplishes several things. To start, you will experience rapid relief from your pain, which is something that invasive procedures can’t provide.

You’ll also see a considerable reduction in your inflammation as the laser energy calls upon your body’s resources to speed up tissue regeneration and repair. Your tissue also enjoys the benefits of improved circulation in the injured area, which keeps your ligaments and tendons on the right track toward swift healing.

By the time you’re done with your full treatment plan, you should notice dramatic results that will have you up and moving about freely again.

If you’d like to explore this revolutionary new technology for healing tendon and ligament injuries without resorting to surgery, we invite you to give us a call to set up a consultation. Or you can fill out the form found on this website to request an appointment.

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